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160 Studio
[Supar Wanto]

Omar Ichigo, aka Supar Wanto, operates as 160 Studio out of Cirebon, Indonesia, since 2011. In 2017, he designed the ball terminal typeface Andalas and in 2018 the decorative Victorian typeface Kodia, the brush font Modaro, and the script typefaces Santigold, Rochefort (a signature script and accompanying sans), Anastasiya (a signature script), Browzko, The Smithey, Sartono and OgyiGo. Typefaces from 2019: Baltore (a heavy display sans), Chardy (Script, Sans), Fun Story (a fat finger font), Berson (a vintage font), Fischel (a decorative organic sans), Dead Slime (a Halloween font), Madjoe (a brush script), Darkflow (a horror font), Zolda (a rounded sans), Zolda Script, Anger Bae (a horror brush font), Deadclub (a monster font), Cemanley, Swaylea.

Typefaces from 2020: Medona, Baxoe, Bakrie, Bilage.

Typefaces from 2021: Agola Sans (a soft rounded sans), Anger Bae (an angry brush font), Bageo (a geometric sans), Blont (a wide monolinear circle-based sans), Leandro (Sans and Script), Mallesi (a wide monolinear sans), Promus (an all caps headline sans), Rakote (a cartoon font), Rastey (a wide monolinear sans). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

24Design Studio
[Nur Cholis Majid]

Known as Holis Majid and Nur Cholis Majid. Jakarta, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1991) of Prodush (2018), The Circous (2018: a circus font), Northden (2018: a vintage typeface), Rockinsoda (2018), Light City Sans (2018), Glowria (2018), Huvet Rough (2018: a free weathered typeface), Millicious Script (2018: a free brush font), Restorans (2018: hand-printed), Blank City Script (2018), the signature font Ashyta (2018), Blue Captain (2018), the script typefaces Jenifa (2018), Pretty Girl Monoline (2018), Chicken Noodle (2018), Grinty (2018), Ristica Script (2018), Underbridge (2018: brush), Granshey (2018), Naycila Script (2018), Night Work (2018), Little Spring (2018), Basfar (2018) and Troficanos (2018), the free art deco font Palm Tree (2018), the dry brush script Wild Horse (2018), the condensed Epicologic (2018), the octagonal font Avriella (2018), and the techno font Effort (2018), and the squarish typeface Bedebah (2018).

Typefaces from 2019: Madali, Lumiera, Mantra, American Label, Kida Main, Besty (font duo), Mellonia, Refaline Script, Eliotica, Chance, Lemonace (font duo), Reyonha Script, Mideltone, Prodush, Trushme Script, Wakeup, Sugarly, Rushely Script (retro signage script), Cromana, Arigatho (brush).

Typefaces from 2020: Mideltone (textured), Maghnoyha (a monoline script), Wild Brush, Hotelio (a monoline sans), Roadkey Line (an inline all caps typeface), Sercerez (brush font), Collectials, Avekins, Cread, Gardenia, Glowria, Jenifa, Larrisan (a decorative serif), Light City, Millicious, Mindate, Mordova, Murner, Nobstars, Pittania, Rockside.

Typefaces from 2021: Artmosfear, American Label (a Victorian label font), Asiatic (an inky script), Ballocs, Benhard (a vintage display font), Biorka Serif, Brith Brish, Chance (a squarish sans), Clowsh Esport, Catherina Script, Confillia (a clean sans), Focger Serif, Ganirus, Grimson (a signage script), Madtone, Monstario Serif (in the plump serif genre), Muve Serif (incised caps), Pancrack (a font for children), Redsans, Subaraya Retro Script. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

38 Lineart Studio (or: Grayscale, or: Fontsources)
[Muhammad Ridha Agusni]

Architect and designer in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, b. 1980, who set up Grayscale, then 38 Lineart, and finally Fontsources.

In 2018, he released the hexagonally-patterned color font Space, the nervous monoline display typeface Barcelona, the monoline script Brandy, the tattoo and metal band blackletter font Amstha, Twinkle (hexagonal texture), Premium Quality, Hightide (signage script), Ashley Pages, Bold Grunge (a wood style Western font), Rabbit House, Strongbold (brush style), Onthel (a rhythmic signage script), Cafeine, Seulanga (calligraphic), Sweet Bubble, Downhill, Architecture (technical writing font), Wisethink (rough brush), Emerald, Ghotic, Oakland (signage script), Parthenon (signage script), Strawberry Night (script), the formal calligraphic font Beauty Athena, the inline font Epicentrum, and the signature font Attitude in 2018.

Typefaces from 2019: Ghoust (a marker font done at Cititype), Diamant Handwriting (a signature font), Utrecht (with Siti Saribanon Nurjannah), Exhibitionist (a fine rhythmic script), Holimount, Prague Metronome (a thin signature script), Allegroost (a brush typeface), Anisha (script), Kyoto Northern, ChiQuel (a Victorian display typeface that can be layered), Hillstone (a dry brush script), Malique, Ginchiest (a retro signage script), Kid Knowledge, Haghia, Khatija Calligraphy, Bernound, Graffity, Brandy Script (monoline), Downhill, Concept (sketched, blueprint font), Konya (signature script), Blacksmith, Curve Calibration (condensed sans).

Typefaces from 2020: The Pallace (a great natural inky signature script by Muhammad Ridha Agusni and Siti Saribanon Nurjannah), Chipen (inline, all caps), Jakarta (a flowing inky script by Muhammad Ridha Agusni and Siti Saribanon Nurjannah), Rhode White (a great signature script by Muhammad Ridha Agusni and Siti Saribanon Nurjannah), Bailamore (a creamy signage script), Vogie (a sporty / techno sans family of 72 fonts, plus a variable font), Rollingtime (a brush script jointly designed by Muhammad Ridha Agusni and Siti Saribanon Nurjannah), Piedmont (a heavy connected handwriting script advertized as a masculine signature font), Whiplash (an all caps dry brush font), Aceh (a 36-style geometric sans), Youthink, Sacred Letter (a vintage weathered script), Serif Sketch (by Muhammad Ridha Agusni and Siti Saribanon Nurjannah), Corinthiago, Smart Chameleon (a handcrafted typewriter font by Muhammad Ridha Agusni and Siti Saribanon Nurjannah), Hiroshima Gyoshi (a brush font inspired by Japanese calligraphy), Roughmarker (dry marker font), Brotherhood, Blugie (a fat finger font), Rome Ionic (an all caps roman typeface), Black Orchestra (a great horror or black metal font), Black Orchestra (a horror font).

Typefaces from 2021: Magreb (an 8-style text family), Toxide (calligraphic; Celtic; uncial), Redtone (a 14-style geometric sans), Moula (an 18-style geometric sans for Latin, Greek and Cyrillic), Zouk (blackletter), Zagreb (an inky signature script by Muhammad Ridha Agusni and Siti Saribanon Nurjannah), Alsace (Victorian), Backbone (a black metal blackletter typeface), Roundkey (a 24-style condensed, but not round, sans), Wordwalker (a marker pen font by Muhammad Ridha Agusni and Siti Saribanon Nurjannah for Cititype), Sweet Bubble (a bubblicious font), Souljah (an elegant inky calligraphic script).

Creative Fabrica link. Another Fontbundles link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

A New Machine
[Kent Swecker]

Foundry, est. 2011, in Raleigh, NC, by Kent Swecker. A New Machine created the beautiful hairline hand-printed typeface Hair Line (2011), Sweck Sans (2011, a sans with some contrast and a large x-height), Unstable (2011, a paper cut face), the sketch typeface Crosshatch (2011), and the modular FontStruct-like typeface Model UR (2011).

In 2012, he made Quarry (an outlined hand-drawn shadow font), Holt Sans (a Peignotian family), Unstable Slab, Mitosis (using bubbly dots), Radial (prismatic), and Airwave (techno).

Typefaces from 2013: Benthic (decorative geometric caps), Tubbs (a beefy poster face), Dot To Dot (a dotted and lined pair of school fonts), Emjay (sketched blackboard bold typeface).

Typefaces from 2014: Art Party (a festive hand-drawn typeface co-designed with with Erin Solomon), Carawan (a rounded sans family), Back and Forth, Fat Nib (splatter brush face), Smoot (whimsical typeface).

Typefaces from 2015: El Guapo (a handcrafted typeface co-designed with Erin Solomon), Nervy, Current (thin connected script).

Typefaces from 2016: Etymon (Skyline style), Big Trees (Victorian, Western), Igor (a beatnik style font).

Typefaces from 2017: Down With The King (a great techno headline typeface).

Typefaces from 2018: Thickness (hand-drawn), Chisel Brush, Dot to Dot, Dot To Dot Cursive (dotted line font, perhaps for teaching children in school).

Typefaces from 2019: Artie Deco, Marie Jeanne.

Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Abdul Ghofur
[GFR Creative]

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Abdul Malik Wisnu
[Almarkha Type]

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Abietar

Spanish foundry. In 2011, they published the Victorian family Abietar (+Negra). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

ABM Studio

Located in Bandung, Indonesia, ABM Studio created the spurred Victorian typeface Huntington (2014), the sans titling typeface Grandia (2014), and the curly Indic simulation face Sailendra (2014). In 2015, they made the signage font Roodies. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Active Sphere
[Ronnie Dela Cruz]

Active Sphere is a foundry in Valenzuela City, The Philippines. It is run by Ronnie Dela Cruz (b. 1963, Manila), a part-time freelance web and graphic designer.

Their fonts include the geometric sans display families Kayla Sans (2008), Kathleen Sans and Serif (2008), Leenyx (2008), Jekatep, Sean Henrich ATF (2009), and Yarikha (2008). Stephanie (2008) and Zirphy (2008) are rounded geometric display fonts, and Kamaru Sans (2008) is an experimental sans face. Mecatoque (2008) is Victorian but pretends to be futuristic, and Sayonachi (2008) is a curly children's book face.

Stanix (2011) and Tsikot (2011) are fat techno typefaces. Maxine Sans (2011) is a basic humanist sans family. Tamika (2011) is a gorgeous oriental style brush face. Anino (2011) is a grunge family. Anikka (2011) is a monoline sans family with an extremely thin hairline on one end. Filipina (2011) is an organic sans family. Bradford (2011) is a squarish family. Gretta (2011) is a minimalist sans with missing strokes. Danrex (2011) is Ronnie's contribution to the "fat counterless" craze. Merina (2011) is a fat piano key face. Sailfin is a stylish monoline organic sans family.

Typefaces from 2012: Noki (a great slabbed squarish typeface family), Xira (angular), the sturdy geometric display font Zafra, and the fat squarish techno family Mossimo.

Typefaces from 2013: Monterra.

Typefaces from 2014: Tiger Cat. A large modular typeface family that follows the octagonal mechanical genre.

Klingspor link.

Typefaces from 2021: Blue Creek (22 fonts; a condensed all caps sans).

View Active Sphere's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Adam Fathony
[AF Studio]

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Adam Grason

Adam Grason (aka Zadok44) is an Orlando, FL (and before that, Kansas City, MO)-based illustrator at Disney. He designed the Victorian ornamental families Blair (2012) and Patmos (2011). It is unclear whether Grey Sans (2014) and Quire (2014) are typefaces. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Addy Sukma Bharata
[Suke Toejoeh (or: Pollux of Geminorum)]

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Ade Meiada
[Fontsgood]

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Adil Budianto
[Suro Studio (or: Surotype)]

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Adit Saputra
[Alter Deco Type foundry]

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AF Studio
[Adam Fathony]

Adam Fathony (or Adam Fathoni Haris; AF Studio, Bandung, Indonesia) created the vintage typeface Grandesa (2014), the signage typeface Magnifika (2014) and the Victorian typeface Marema (2014).

In 2015, he published the connected swashy script typeface Octavia Script, the brush scripts Carbonera and Shallom, the hand-lettered Vanilla Daisy Script and Mightype, the watercolor script Hollycakes, and the connected Brayden Script (and Sans).

Typefaces from 2016: Drustic Daily, Karlberg Script, Ecosmith Script, Halosense Script (calligraphic), Lunar Cone (connected layered script), Clarkson Script, Salvador Script, Salvador Serif, Salvador Condensed, La Venice Script (retro signage lettering).

Typefaces from 2017: Clarkson Script (brush lettering), Bignord Vintage (with Fauzan Rafhy), Douglas Collection (12 fonts: Aaronade Script, Ancaster Script, Burlington, Calgury, Montreal Rounded, Morphic 60s, Norwood Old, Ogdensburgh, Palmeira, Rutland Extended, Wolves Sans, Wolves Serif), Almost Lover, Rhythmic Dances (rough script), Sevastian (layered font set), Rustling Trees (dry brush), Little Karla Script.

Typefaces from 2018: Figuera Variable (a late Victorian, early art nouveau typeface family; variable font format), Brignola (a calligraphic penmanship script), Eastside Brush (a brush signage script done with Angga Kristiandri), Marshfield (a retro cursive typeface by Adam Fathoni Haris and Renov Olivian), C'est La Vie (font duo), Chivels (a vintage typeface done with Angga Kristiandri at Abbassy Studio), Sevastian (a layered font family), Drustic Dialy (weathered; with Angga Kristiandri), Elli Bellie (calligraphic).

Typefaces from 2019: Scottsdale Serif (at Typeverything), Scottsdale Desert (an opentype feature-laden display serif), Norfolk (Narrow, serif), Tiverton (Sans, Serif, Script: by Adam Fathony Haris and Angga Kristiandri), Havard (a layerable athletic lettering set of 12 fonts), Gorga Grotesque.

Typefaces from 2020: Auvelle (a hairline sans), Windsore (a font trio), Howli (layerable, rounded; sans, serif and script), Genty (a creamy retro signage script typeface by Ilham Herry and Adam Fathoni Haris), Burnest (a vintage typeface by Adam Fathoni Haris and Renov Olivian), Glaw (a psychedelic font by Ilham Herry and Adam Fathoni Haris), Oliviar Sans (28 styles and a variable font), Budge (a layerable retro signage script by Ilham Herry and Adam Fathoni Haris), Stanlow, Muray House (a bold swashy bathroom towel typeface by Ilham Herry and Adam Fathoni Haris), Esteric (a playful tapered font by Ilham Herry and Adam Fathony).

Typefaces from 2021: Monvar (a layerable Cooper Black style typeface by Ilham Herry and Adam Fathoni Haris), Rische (a 6-style dis[play serif with huge counters and an enormous x-height; by Ilham Herry and Adam Fathoni Haris), Ottenthic (script and serif), Mionic (a reverse contrast slab serif by Adam Fathoni Haris and Angga Kristiandri), Matchbox Font Collections (a set of vintage fonts based on lettering on matchboxes; it includes substyles called Linea, Lettre, Deco, Scriptura, Ornato, and Graso). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Affolter und Gschwind AG
[Werner Affolter]

Werner Affolter ran a phototype and printing company in Basel, Switzerland, called Affolter und Gschwind AG, Fotosatz&Reprotechnik. In 1981, Affolter published an extensive catalog entitled Letterama that showed over one thousand alphabets. Few of those were original, so I suspect he acted as a vendor of sorts, but at least a couple seemed original, or were claimed to be original or exclusive: Guigoz, Moby Dick. Moby Dick was revived in 2014 by Nick Curtis as Call Me Ishmael NF.

Some examples of the types shown, in alphabetical order: Antique Wood MP363 (art nouveau), Antique Wood MP 364 (oriental simulation face) [the Antique Wood series is quite extensive, and is just numbered], B+T Classic (roman), Bernhard Fett, Beton Fine Line (typewriter), Burko (avant garde family), fonts starting with G, Gaston Fett (a squarish gothic typeface also called Gipsy), Gaston Halbfett (also called Grassy), Gemini Computer, Germanic Sans (more avant garde and Lubalin-style glyphs), Hollandse Mediaeval, Hollywood (a 3d decorative family), typefaces starting with K, Lineamarca (slabby), Linear (avant garde, geometric monoline), Melen (experimental, geometric), Meola Bookman swash (decorative), Metro (art nouveau, after the Metroploitaine font), Moraine (squarish), the Old Foundry sub-collection [another mysterious numbered collection; examples include some uncials, and some more art nouveau typefaces, some Victorian ornamental typefaces (F260 through F262), more art nouveau (MP418 through MP420) and blackletter typefaces (MP421)], Pierrot (psychedelic, groovy), Phydian (one of many Western style ornamental typefaces), Ronda, Roulette, Roulette Schattiert (=Rajah) (more Western fare), Ruby (shaded caps), Runic Small (condensed), Rustic (wood log look), typefaces starting with S, Spengler Gothik, St. Clair (ornamental), Zither (calligraphic script). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Agung Aris

R. Agung Aries Triyanto is the Indonesian designer (b. 1975) of the brush script typeface Destain (2016), the Broadway style deco typeface Broad (2015: originally called Broadway, it as renamen Broad in 2016), and the Victorian typeface Brandals (2016).

In 2017, he created the connected script typeface Molluca, the signage typeface Cheese Latte, the heavy brush typeface Breed and the avant garde sans typeface Moody Rock (+the shadow version called Moody Rock Extrude).

In 2018, he designed the handcrafted typeface Cuties Caps. The mini-slabbed Bounaville was added in 2019. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Agung Maskund
[Decade Type foundry]

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Ahmad Jafar Shadiq
[Midvel]

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Ahmad Ramzi Fahruddin
[Arterfak Project]

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Aiyari
[Ricky Rinaldi]

Bandung, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1988) of the modular display typeface Kurawal (2013) that is based on compositions of curly brackets. In 2015, he designed the angry brush typeface Violence, the connected creamy script Nurture (2015), the handcrafted sans typeface Imperiosa (2015), the connected Fabulous, and the watercolor brush script Sweetiest.

Typefaces from 2016: Holiday (17-script family), Dreadful (a layered Halloween typeface family, with dingbats), Casual Brush, Lucidity (signage script), Euphoria (Victorian), The Painter, Minority (very condensed hand-lettered typeface), Thunderstorm.

Typefaces from 2017: Tjikapoendoeng Script (formal calligraphic script by Ricky Rinaldi and Juru Aksara), Lovadelic (psychedelic), Neptunian (dry brush), The Moonlight (comic book script), Savath (a horror font), MacLaurent (tattoo font).

Typefaces from 2018: Lucidity (an expansion of his 2016 version, including Psych, Expand, Extras: psychedelic / art nouveau trio), Winter Is Coming (a beatnik font), The Beardy, Dreadful (a layered horror movie font), Saturday Night (a great retro disco poster typeface family with a particularly striking interlocking style).

Typefaces from 2019: Spooktacular (a Halloween font), Spooky Sans.

Typefaces from 2020: Tropika Island (a great tiki font), Swettiest, Laguna Vintage.

Typefaces from 2021: Ayr Blufy (a puffy supermarket signage script).

Dafont link. Behance link. Graphicriver link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

AJPT
[Alan Jay Prescott]

Pottstown (Philadelphia)-based designer and PostScript font hacker who ran Prescott Design and now Alan Jay Prescott Typography, but was also involved in other ventures such as the Black Walnut Winery. Originally from Greenfield, MA, he graduated from Saddleback College, and worked for some time as a typesetter in New York. He advertizes himself as a leader in PostScript Open Type Font development specializing in the revival of print-only letterforms into digital typographic materials. He operates as APT and more recently as AJPT. In 2019, he announced that he would stop making typefaces altogether. His work can be partitioned into time periods. For this reason, Prescott's oeuvre is split over several pages:

  • His late period (2017-2019). In these three years, he showcased his work on Facebook, and was mainly involved in reving 19th century typefaces, about half of which were from the Victorian era. The annotations in the list below are quoted from Prescott's pages.
    • Absolution Cursive (2017). When I was a typesetter in New York City, I had one of the largest collections of typefaces from CompuGraphic's library available for setting. One of the faces I never used in two decades of work was a rather ungainly decorative font called Abel Cursive. Apparently it was designed by Bernie Abel (perhaps one of CompuGraphic's employees) and I'm not sure it got much use, since I don't recall seeing it anywhere except my type catalog. Before I sold my equipment and closed my business for good, I made a scan of every typeface at 72-point size that I owned for future development, if there ever came a time to work on something crazy like that. Most of those 2,000 scans were lost when I changed computers a long time ago, but Abel Cursive survived and I made a down-and-dirty mow-and-blow font back then. I have recently worked on it extensively to make it usable as a multilingual slightly redesigned font in OTF format. I would classify it is as neo-Victorian medium-contrast decorative italic. It is definitely an oddball and may never see use.
    • Algol (2017). Based on a scan from Dan X. Solo, Algol is a vastly expanded character set for Algernon, a typeface that clearly presages Machine and other "octics." I don't have any source material for the original design, but it may have been a Dan Solo original.
    • Aloysius and Aloysius Ornamented (2017). This is a digital revival of the original Algonquin, cut by J.F. Cumming in the late 1880s for the Dickinson Type Foundry in Boston. While this was not my most challenging project, it was a doozy.
    • Alpenhorn Roman (2017). Another oddball typeface is revived here, renamed from the design called Alpine by Henry Schuenemann for the Cleveland Type Foundry in the 1880s. Buried in the "gingerbread" of this weird face is technically a Latin serif, but otherwise it is an entirely unique letterform for which I had a heart soft enough to revive here in digital form.
    • Androgen Roman (2017). I know next to nothing about this ultra-geometric blackletter called Anderson that I found displayed in a Dan X. Solo catalog, but it is another oddball that is attractive and very simple to revive in digital format. It is one of those projects I would recommend to a beginning revivalist who wanted to cut his or her teeth on a moderate challenge after mastering some basic tools in font development software.
    • Angolan Text (2017). I found Angular Text in a Solo catalog and revived it as a digital font with diacritics and other characters for expanded typesetting possibilities. It was designed by Herman Ihlenburg in 1884 for MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan, which information I found in a link from Tom Cruz for a fellow named Toto who revived the font as well; he has several glyphs I do not have and I like his showing better. Interesting to see what others have done with the exact same typeface and scan and some research for tantalizing missing glyphs...kudos.
    • Antiochia Series (2017). This collection of typefaces represents a revival of several bold slab-serif wood types with the name Antique that are related. Their individual histories will follow at another time, but note that several here are useful derivatives that add to the variety of this letterform's impact.
    • Azurine Roman (2017). Azurine is a digital revival of a typeface known as Aztec, drawn by an unknown designer for the Union Type Foundry before 1889.
    • Beltane Roman (2017). The very complicated story behind the work on this revival is too long for this space (and perhaps too boring to most), but suffice it to say that this letterform started out in 1886 as drawn by the great Herman Ihlenburg as Artistic and assigned to MacKellar Smiths & Jordan. Dan Solo called this face Belmont but only showed caps and was suspect anyway. I was able to find specimens elsewhere and a motherlode of other interesting things in the Inland Printer. I developed my first full-featured OTF using this typeface and designed Greek and Cyrillic glyphs as well. I also fitted it out with a set of small caps to make a font that now has 4,000 glyphs for nearly every non-Asian language. To top it off, Robert Donona revived the decorative caps for this typeface, an excruciating task that I once considered for myself but was lucky enough to have this other crazy person take up. The number of hours dedicated between Robert and myself in reviving this complete series digitally is probably unprecedented.
    • Bernhard Swirl (2019). This is a digital revival of the letterform of the same name. It is equipped only with the upper case, an ampersand, a spacer dingbat and the numerals. The numerals are quirky, not only in design, but the fact that they seem to have been intended as old-style figures with the exception for the 4 and 7. Lucian Bernhard is either the designer of this limited-use typeface or inspired a reworking of his "wobbly" poster typefaces for which he is known as an innovator. I have reworked the scanned samples I had used as templates and drew them with a little more consistency than the originals to improve color on the page.
    • Bireme Roman (2017). Below is a digital revival of a typeface called Bijou. As I have come to understand, several people have revived this face already. It is similar to Flirt in many respects. I will update information as I come across it, but I wanted to post my version here for your appreciation.
    • Blackguard (2018). This is a digital revival of a typeface known as Black Cap. William E. Loy writes that Black Cap was designed and cut by Charles H. Beeler Jr. for MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan. The earliest-known commercial specimen was advertised in the January 1891 edition of The Inland Printer, so he probably created it in 1890.
    • Blackminster (2017). One of the more interesting treatments of blackletter forms in the 19th century is this beauty called Black No. 544 designed by Henry Brehmer in 1889, who assigned the rights to Bruce Type Foundry. Originally I was unable to locate certain key glyphs in this font, but they were graciously supplied by others in our crazy network of type geeks. More information on the people behind these projects will follow in other articles.
    • Bleak (2017). Bleak is a series based closely on a typeface called Stark. As with nearly all typeface names, there are several unrelated fonts developed in recent years that bear no resemblance to this gorgeous sans serif.
    • Brotherly Roman (2017). Among many "antiqued" letterforms developed in the late 19th century, Ben Franklin was offered by Keystone Type Foundry in Philadelphia. Several glyphs were missing from my best showing of the font, but I was luckily able to find them, as well as logotypes, two ornaments, several alternate characters and some punctuation. There had already been a digital revival of this typeface kicking around as shareware in the 1990s, but it was very poorly drawn and incomplete. I believe it has been rendered nicely and consistently here for posterity.
    • Busker Contour (2017). Burlesque was the name given by Solo to a typeface originating through Caslon or Figgins around 1843 and shown in German specimens a couple of years later.
    • Cane Gothic (2018). Cane Gothic was designed and cut by Edwin C. Ruthven c.1886; he patented it in March–April 1886 and assigned the rights to David Wolfe Bruce (son of George Bruce, holder of the first design patent in US history). The Bruce catalog number is unknown. The tradename Cane Gothic, an apt description of the caning patterned background, may have been assigned by Dan X. Solo, who had revived the face for his photo-lettering service, but it has previously been considered impossible for digitizing. Although the average character in this font contains something like 3,000 Bézier control points, it turned out to be doable once I figured out the original mathematics that Ruthven must have used to guide his design objectively. It is digitized for posterity and I thank Anna Allen once again for the patent specimen (No. 16,643) indicating, if extremely faintly, five missing glyphs from my otherwise excellent scan. Thus I've generated the border glyphs and a pound Sterling symbol to augment this letterform. As far as I can determine, this character set is complete, and I have generated three fonts in order to accommodate chromatic typesetting with very little effort.
    • Cantini Casual (2019). This is a digital revival of the typeface of the same name (or at least that is the name Solo gave it in the type specimen book from which it was scanned). It is a great example of the exuberant fancy characters that came to ascendance during the 1960s and 1970s. It is a medium-weight Latin italic with unusual decorative details in addition to crazy swash choices. I do not have any information on the history of this trippy face, but it is likely it was revived at some time in the recent past. It includes a large number of alternate glyphs as well.
    • Capulet (2017). This is a revival of a typeface called Caprice that was patented in 1888 by Arthur M. Barnhart and assigned to Barnhart Bros. & Spindler of Chicago. This letterform is a prime example of the explosion in design ideas occurring before the turn of the century, hundreds of which remain to be translated into digital format.
    • Carmenite Roman (2017). This beautiful digital revival covers a letterform drawn by the Bauer Type Foundry of Stuttgart, Germany sometime before 1896. It was originally called Carmen and has been referred to as Carmencita in the Solo books.
    • Centrum Text (2017). This is my digital revival of one of the more complex decorated blackletters, among my favorite and most difficult projects to work on and just finished today. It is identified as Celebration Text on p. 18 of Solo's "Gothic and Old English Alphabets." The lowercase for this letterform is also presented for two other typefaces, Testimonial Text and Innsbruck in his larger catalog, presenting some confusion. But I believe all three were drawn by the same designer, although I have no idea how old they are. The lowercase may simply have been used for all three decorated capitals, since they are a very good match. Intentional, who knows? It is a real beauty and I'm going to perhaps revive the other two in this triplet of great examples of decorated capitals.
    • Chapterhouse Roman (2017). This is an interesting typeface known as Ecclesiastic from Caslon around 1870. It was also known as Albion and Chapel Text No. 30. Most of those names were applied to completely unrelated designs, adding to the confusion that permeates typographic development and history to this day (and only gets worse over time). There are probably more alternate characters out there, but this is the best showing I could make with the resources I have and it is now available from me as a digital font.
    • Chapterhouse Roman (2017). This is an interesting typeface known as Ecclesiastic from Caslon around 1870. It was also known as Albion and Chapel Text No. 30. Most of those names were applied to completely unrelated designs, adding to the confusion that permeates typographic development and history to this day (and only gets worse over time). There are probably more alternate characters out there, but this is the best showing I could make with the resources I have and it is now available from me as a digital font.
    • Clarence Roman and Dotted (2017). Clarence Roman is a revival of Clown Alley and Clarence Dotted that of Cooktent (also called No. 515). Wood typeface Cooktent comes from W.H. Page before 1890 and the other looks to be a back-formation from it.
    • Commissioner Script (2017). The typeface known as Commercial Script was designed by Morris Fuller Benton in the early twentieth century and enjoyed widespread use for decades. There have been many variations from other foundries, varying mostly in contrast; but as far as I know there was ever only one rather bold weight produced. I have redesigned the letterforms for consistency on the way to producing the ten weights shown here. It is interesting to see the font in lighter weights that accentuate the beauty lurking in this standard, and the heavier weights to see that the design still holds up under even heavier lifting.
    • Courtesan Roman (2017). Among the dozens of wood types I have revived digitally is Courier, here called Courtesan. Many of these letterforms have been revived by others, all slightly different in their interpretations. More information on wood types will follow in articles I plan to write in the future on various areas of interest in the field of revival in particular and typography in general.
    • Cranston Ornamented (2017). This is one of the most difficult digital revivals I have worked on. It started as Crayon, another masterful design from the prolific Ihlenburg, available at MSJ in 1885. There are sister fonts in an Open and a Solid that differ slightly in design and will be available from me at some point in the future.
    • Creekside Playful and Calligrapic (2018). These are two digital casual scripts of my own creation based loosely on hand-drawn types from the 1950's. One is a calligraphic interpretation and the other is a more mono weight design that is a bit more slanted, both available for multi-language setting.
    • Criticism (2017). This is a digital revival of Critic, a typeface designed by William F. Capitain in the mid-1880s with rights assigned to Marder, Luse & Co. Several logotypes had been designed for this letterform and many alternate glyphs. I added a few of my own, as well as diacritic marks, for balance to this surprisingly modern face that can be rendered multilingually as well.
    • Crosby Roman (2017). This is a digital revival of the typeface known as University Text, designed in 1862 and shown by MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan in 1869 as Crosier. It was also known much later as Morningside. It is a stylized Latin with great charm.
    • Crossan Roman (2017). This is digital multilingual OTF revival of a typeface called Cross Gothic, another one of those unique, nearly unusable letterforms I adore. I got a million of 'em.
    • Cullane Roman (2017). Cullane is a digital revival of Herman Ihlenburg's Culdee, patented in 1885 and offered through MSJ. Others helped me scour the literature for missing glyphs and no one is sure we've got them all, but this is a wonderful showing of what we think is available until something randomly shows up in the future.
    • Currier (2018). J.B. Lieberman, Ph.D. identifies it as Deberny & Peignot Lettres Ombrés Ornés (ornamented shaded letters) and adds that it was originally cut by Gillé in 1820, thus making it one of the oldest typefaces I have revived digitally. It is an exuberantly decorated engraved shadowed heavy-weight Egyptian.
    • Danuvius (2017). Danube is the original name for this letterform, again found in a Solo catalog, and its links with medieval letterforms is obvious despite the trends toward modernization at the time it was first produced. I otherwise have no information on this face.
    • Devonian Roman (2017). This is a digital revival of a wood typeface known as DeVinne. More information updated later.
    • Dorothy Series (2017). The original Doric Chromatic was designed as a wood typeface and made its appearance in the United States in the 1850s, though it probably got its start in France in the 1840s according to Rob Roy Kelly.
    • Doughboy Roman (2017). This series of decorative caps is shown as Dodge City in Solo. I am not sure it is very old; it may very well have been a photographically slanted version of an older wood typeface in the Thunderbird category with flourishes added on at the same time. This has been revived before because of its simplicity, but I made my own version a little more consistent and they make attractive drop caps.
    • Enclave Roman and Expanded (2017). These two related digital revivals represent Enchorial in two versions. The roman came out of the Caslon Type Foundry in 1884 and was extremely popular (sometimes known as London). Petzendorfer showed the expanded Enchorial around 1903.
    • Esteban (2017). Esteban is an original design I developed around 2010, named after the recently deceased Esteban Arriaga, a leading seascape painter in the area of Málaga in Spain. It is a medium-contrast sans serif produced in nine weights plus italics. Currently it is available only for the Macintosh OS, but an OTF cross-platform font is anticipated.
    • Euclid, Euclid Initials,Euclastic, Elberon, Astral, and Auroral (2018). Elberon existed by November 1886 from Cleveland Type Foundry in The Inland Printer. Euclid (a lighter version of Elberon with a few different glyphs) is an obvious derivative from Illinois Type Founding Co. in Chicago in August 1890. Euclid appears with several Euclid Initials, a full sample of which appears as "Grant Iniitials" from Minnesota Typographic Co. Auroral (basically a shaded form of Elberon) appears in January 1887 from Central type foundry. Astral, also from Central type foundry, (the almost exact shading concept) whose base form is a condensed, heavier form than Euclid) appears in December 1886. Euclastic is my name for a complete set of weights, from a Hairline at the extreme end of lightness, through Black at the other extreme, using redesigned examples of Euclid and Elberon.
    • Farmerboy and Farmergirl (2017). Although these two typefaces have both been called Fargo in the past, they are distinctly not the same letterform despite sharing some characteristics. They are both probably late 1850s, early 1860s and some sources say they are German. In any case, two interesting oddballs with no usage in the last century-and-a-half are revived digitally by AJPT.
    • Fastidious Series (2017). The typeface known as Fashion started out in 1876 and was patented by Andrew Little for A.D. Farmer & Son. There are a total of five related typefaces in the same design: the prototype, condensed, ornamented, antique and extra-condensed. It turned out that the samples I had available when I originally revived these two were rather suspect and I have to consider going back to these and try to figure out what the "real" glyphs are. I believe that the Solo ornamental showing was rather a hatchet job on the base font, so I consider these two on hold pending further research, but they are interesting to view how they are so far.
    • Flare Serif Striped (2018). This is a digital revival of a face called Ornamented 1,079. This over-the-top candy-cane-with-curls design was created by Henry Brehmer, who patented it in December 1884–January 1885. The application was submitted and approved on the same days as Ornamented No. 1,077 (Hermann Ihlenburg), and the rights to both were assigned to David W. Bruce of the Bruce TF (New York) [USPTO D15748]. It was advertised in The Inland Printer of October 1885. Thanks again to Anna Allen Conroy for the background on Ornamented 1,079 and for the patent samples giving a good idea of the design of glyphs missing from the catalogs. I have produced AE and OE ligatures as well as a decent set of diacritical marks for setting in a few important languages, but it is not at OTF font at the moment and exists only as PostScript for Mac only.
    • Flippant Roman (2017). This fun font is a revival of a typeface known as Flirt. Although it has that 1960s feel, like many fonts popular then, I believe it has a much older pedigree. I will supply more information as I come across it. (There is currently an unrelated script font called Flirt on the market now, designed in 2009.)
    • Fusion (2017). i developed three weights (including small caps) for the popular typeface Futura, all of them lighter than the Futura Light that is widely available. You can never be too thin.
    • Gallantry Roman (2017). The earliest known specimen of the original Gazelle is found in the 1893 catalog of ATF in Cleveland and designed by Henry Schuenemann. This digital revival has multilingual capabilities and is quite unusual, demonstrating again the almost limitless possibilities of type design over the centuries.
    • Gamut (2017). The Gamut series of very condensed sans serifs is based on a wide range of typefaces that all began with the letter "G": Galaxy, Gable, Garfield, Giant, Gamma, etc. (Their italics began with the letter "E", perhaps to come at a later time). I produced these typefaces under the same name to keep them all in one place, all ten weights that are floating around somewhere undigitized until now. They are currently available from me as Mac-only fonts, but OTF may be developed over time. They are members of the large "family" of typefaces whose members can be difficult to separate, such as the Helveticas, Trade Gothics, Standard Gothics, etc. I believe this was a well-designed condensed face that has nice nuances.
    • Gironde and Gironde Extended (2017). Giraffe is the original name for this digital revival. It has been difficult to find a complete character set for this typeface, as I'm sure whatever existed in the roman also existed for the extended version. I revived what I could find, but it is a rather simple design and other characters can be imagined that are congruent with what is seen here. I'm not sure how much use these two oddball typefaces got in their time, but they were designed by Charles Beeler, Jr. in 1891for MacKellar , Smiths & Jordan.
    • Gothic Decorated (2018). This is my temporary name for the digital revival of a typeface once called Ornamented 1,078. In the past couple of weeks, I have revived the "ornamenteds" on either side of this number. I have no information on this other than that it appears in the Inland Printer of October 1885 from George Bruce's Son & Co. TF in New York City.
    • Goudy Flare Extra Bold (2019). This is a digital revival of another typeface in the Goudy superfamily, titled originally as simply Goudy Flare. I don't know the provenance of this particular letterform, but it was found in a Solo publication and could very well be one of his own creations, since I have never seen it used in print. It turns out that this is a modification of Goudy Old Style Extra Bold, and so I was able to find a suitable digitized version that matched the base forms very closely and modified the existing characters to accommodate these rather simple swashes. A reader added: "Goudy Flair was created by Mr. Phil Martin of Alphabet Innovations, that is he took Goudy Extra Bold and added swashes to this."
    • Goudy Long Fancy (2019). This is a digital revival of the typeface of the same name, again another addition to the large Goudy family. There is a tremendous selection of swashes and alternate characters in this font, especially the upper case. It is an extra bold italic Goudy whose slant is less steep than normal for this family. There are no figures or punctuation provided for this letterform; those provided in the scan from which I worked were incorrect, and possibly back-formations from a different Goudy, so they were not produced for this version.
    • Goudy Swash Heavy Italic (2019). This is a digital revival of the typeface of the same name. There are literally hundreds of revivals of letterforms in the Goudy "family" of typefaces. Nearly every foundry has produced its own version of this popular form, with many nuances between them. There are many weights, italics, various alternate characters and swashes galore, but I haven't seen a revival of this particular set of gorgeous swashes and alternates. Thus, I worked on very good printed samples, perhaps from a photolettering catalog half a century ago.
    • Goudytype Antique (2019). This is digital revival of a typeface designated as Goudytype in a Solo catalog, with a slight twist. There is no punctuation for this font, but several nice swash alternates, a dollar sign and an ampersand. I decided to draw this as an "antique," because the ink spread in the original lent itself to this sort of treatment. Although a bit tedious, it can be used in the same way as other faces, such as Packard, Benjamin Franklin, Caslon Antique, Papyrus (heaven forbid) and others. Although one would assume this is in the Goudy superfamily, there are some characteristics that set it apart. The stresses and some other features are rather reminiscent of Palatino. And the slant is so slight as to make it unlike both typefaces' italics.
    • Gracile (2019). Gracile is based closely on Greyhound Script, but has been expanded and standardized to include weights on either side of the two available in Solo. It is a semi script, since not all characters can be joined, and thus has a more casual feel. It is a strictly monoweight letterform in all six stroke thicknesses, with several alternate glyphs. There are digital versions in two medium strokes available from others, but those I was able to locate are rather poorly realized despite having diacritical marks for foreign languages. They can readily be designed and added to my interpretations, but I have chosen to do this later if anyone requires them.
    • Griego Wood Series (2017). Several typefaces classified as Grecian were produced in wood for large sizes. Here I show Full Faced (William Page, 1859); Condensed and X Condensed (Wells & Webb/L. Johnson, 1846); X Condensed Bold (probably handmade, Nebraska, before 1885), and XX Condensed (John Cooley, 1859). I had revived some of these digitally years ago, but I revisited them recently and gave them a real facelift. They have undoubtedly been revived before because of their relative simplicity.
    • Grosgrain (2017). This is a revival of a typeface called Grotesque No. 120. The lineage of the most famous typeface in the world, Helvetica (and, sort of, Arial) is evident in the early "grotesques." Although there are distinct differences in many of the characters of this very light typeface designed for mostly display use with alternate flourished glyphs, its resemblance to the later sans serifs of the twentieth century is striking. Marder, Luse & Co. of Chicago shows this face in 1885. Another similar typeface from around the same time called Circular Gothic is even closer to the Helveticas and derivatives of today. The alternate characters are revived from the sister font called Grotesque Fancy.
    • Grounded Series (2017). I have revived Abramesque again, this time in congruence with the series from which it originated, thus it is called Grounded Ornamented. The original types started with Gothic Rounded. There was a Roman, an Outline, an Open and an Ornamented. The story behind these beauties is (as usual) too long, but briefly, information from Anna Allen: Old Bowery and Abramesque were originally called Rounded Open and Rounded Ornamented and have led interesting lives. Nicolette Gray identifies them with Caslon c1844. As a teenager, Rounded Open visited the Bruce TF (c1854), where she was called Ornamented No. 1007. After a suspected Bruce facelift as Gothic Round Shaded (≤1869), she was reintroduced by ATF as Old Bowery in 1933. McGrew writes, “Old Bowery is an ATF revival, in 1933 and again in 1949, of Round Shade No. 2, originated by Bruce , one of its predecessor companies, about 1854, as Ornamented No. 1007.“ Only an ornamented version, different from Abramesque and not illustrated by Gray, is shown in Bruce 1856. At a recent Oak Knoll event, Nick Sherman shot a photo of the page in Caslon's 1844 catalog showing Rounded, the solid prototype of these faces (not documented by Gray) and shared it at flickr.com. Albert-Jan Pool (designer of DIN and keen historian of sans-serif faces) observed that the footer is dated “September 1836,” so it was reprinted (probably as a stereotyped page) from an earlier Caslon publication. Until then, the earliest specimen examined by THP is shown in Caslon 1841. All agree that, so far, it is the earliest-known rounded sans-serif face in history—and this pleasingly plump family of three is as appealing today as ever! Of a very similar wood-type face tradenamed Gothic Round, Kelly reports: “First shown by George Nesbitt in his 1838 specimens. … The Nesbitt design was an Outlined or Rimmed Gothic Round. The Caslon Foundry issued several Gothic Round designs, of which an ornamented one (Abramesque), in particular, came into general usage in America around mid-century.” George Nesbittt, a New York printer, distributed wood types produced by Edwin Allen (Windham, CT ). Sherman adds that “Miguel Sousa at Adobe is in the process of making a digital revival of this face (Gothic Round|Old Bowery) for the Hamilton Wood Type Foundry.”
    • Heraldry Roman (2017). This is a digital revival of a typeface called Heraldic, patented by John K. Rogers in 1880, an agent of the Boston Type Foundry.
    • Hinterland (2017). Attached is a revival of an exuberant, heavy sans serif called Hibernian in Solo's catalogs. I've included alternate glyphs that I know of, but there may be some floating out there somewhere. The origin of this typeface is obscure, but there is some evidence it may have been from Genzsch & Heyse around 1893 according to one knowledgeable source.
    • Hopscotch Roman (2017). Hopscotch is a revival of a wood typeface known as Hopkins.
    • Jackdaw (+Open) (2017). This is a revival of a wood typeface known as Jackpot in Solo's catalogs, but was originally named Tuscan Shade No. 1. I have also produced a derivative called Jackdaw Open. Otherwise, I have little information on this bizarre beauty.
    • Jeffers Contour (2017). Another decorative cap discovered as Jeffrey in a Solo catalog has been digitally revived here.
    • Jeremiad (2018). A digital revival of Jenson Old Style, a typeface cut by Hamilton with the permission of American Type Founders in 1906. It has undoubtedly been revived before, as many wood types already have, but this is my interpretation and has been given a measure of consistency without losing its charm. I post this now, but it was produced a couple of years ago and I overlooked posting
    • Joshua Contour (2017). I found a rather odd display typeface called Joseph in a Solo catalog, and it seems not to have a history longer than that, so who knows?
    • Juvenilia Roman (2018). Juvenilia is a revival of a semiserif medium-weight typeface called Jumbo. Anna Allen's description follows: This slick stylized sans serif was designed and patented by Ernst Lauschke in 1887; he assigned the rights to Arthur M. and Alson E.Barnhart. This letterform is very unusual in having the tops of the characters generally devoid of the expected serif. Overall the design has medium contrast, which would be expected of a serif face. Several characters reflect missal-style influences (e.g. T, M), which was common for the time, but they are sprinkled in with standard types. The ampersand is influenced by wood types of the era. It is a distinctly odd species, another Lauschke innovation and unique.
    • Katy Beth (2017). I discovered in the Inland Printer typefaces called Katherine and Elizabeth that were identical to each other and I was able to piece together a complete set of glyphs between the two to make a full digital revival.
    • Kodiak (2017). Kodiak is a revival of Komet, an exuberant calligraphic sans serif produced by Roos & Junge Type Foundry around 1902
    • Latchkey Roman (2018). This is a digital revival of Lattice, a face designed by Carl/Charles E.Heyer (1841 Berlin–1897 Chicago). He patented it in October–December 1883 and assigned the rights to Arthur M. and Alson E. Barnhart by name (the firm was not yet incorporated). Among other things, his unique hooked C was probably inspired by the hint of a hook in Copley (a sign-painter face dated before or in 1877 and cut by J.F. Cumming in 1881-1884). As Heyer's talent flourished at BBS (Chicago, 1868–1929), he led his new employer from one loathed by traditional TFs for bartering stolen designs for newspaper advertising space to one at the forefront of truly innovative display types. In the history of this TF historically regarded as great, he conceived at least 50% of their designs. Thanks to Anna Allen for the background on Lattice. Thanks to Dan X. Solo for the complete specimen, which although inconsistent and ink-heavy for some characters, was complete as far as I know. I have substantially reworked this typeface to bring a consistency for modern-day typesetting, but it is entirely faithful to the original cutting. Several of the characters are adventurous for their time (the C and ampersand, for example).
    • Latin Fancy (2018). The Latin Fancy Engraved Shade version of these three fonts (the two others are derivatives) started life as Ornamented No. 1,077. Thanks again to Anna for the research that follows and for a patent specimen that gave a very rough idea of glyphs that did not appear in the catalog showings. It has ben digitally revived for posterity and is available for now as Mac-only. It appeared in October 1885 in the Inland Printer. Herman Ihlenburg, usually associated with MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan (Philadelphia), designed and cut this sizzling all-caps Latin face for the Bruce TF (New York). The patent application, submitted and approved on the same days as the one for Ornamented No. 1,079 (Brehmer), was likewise assigned to David W. Bruce (New York) [USPTO D15752]. A caveat for purists out there: The "A" has been drawn to compensate for a cutting or design error that appears in all examined versions of the typeface. No alternate has been provided for the misdrawn A.
    • Lipo Caps Series (2017). Lipo Caps is a typeface series whose members are related in the sense that they have never existed as digital fonts (as far as I know), they are hand-lettered (probably by the same person), they were unlikely ever to have been developed as typefaces at the time they were drawn, and they were found in the same publication of bizarre letterforms. I have given them consistency without sacrificing the hand-drawn qualities and produced two versions of each one that I found, five fonts altogether (with "undecorated" versions as the lower-case keystrokes in each case). It is interesting to see great drawing technique that nevertheless never resulted into typography until now.
    • Livornese Roman (2018). This is a digital revival of Livonia, an art nouveau-inspired typeface for which I have no information. There is a full set of alphanumerics, but no punctuation. It is a monoweight bold condensed sans serif with minimal descenders and an x-height that is at the maximum allowed visual percentage of cap height. This is another example of a face I revived in the 1990s but has been tightened up considerably for consistency and professional typesetting.
    • Lubricious (2018). This strictly monoweight rounded sans serif typeface was referred to as Lute Medium in a Dan X. Solo publication, but I otherwise have no information on this letterform. It is influenced by the Art Nouveau movement and I have drawn a plausible Light and Bold as well; it seems that either one or both must have existed if it was referred to as a medium and I have made a rough guess as to the stroke weight. I think this face is quite pretty and has several innovations that are not over the top.
    • Luring Series (2017). Luring is a faithful rendition of MacKellar , Smiths & Jordan's Luray and patented by Charles H. Beeler around the mid-1880s. Because the lining work in each was different depending on the point size of the metal type used (in order to achieve the same visual "grayness" when printed), I have developed each of these in such a way that when the same size is selected for each font, the optimal relative size is actually produced. The same technique was used for the equally challenging typeface called Tinted.
    • Luscious (2017). This is a revival of a typeface called Lulubelle found in Solo's catalogs. It has been rendered in 7 weights, several of which correspond to known weights of this interesting sans serif condensed Art Deco-influenced letterform.
    • Maggie Tried (2018). This is my digital revival (there have been others) of a typeface called Margit. According to sources I believe to be reliable, it was designed in 1969 by Phil Martin. An inquiry from a follower of this page generated a look back at a face I had once revived in the 1990s, but it was not as well-rendered as it could have been. I started from scratch and brought it back to life in a way more congruent with my current skills. It is a lovely example of letterforms developed in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
    • Maltic (2018). In the six original sizes advertised and an additional three sizes to fill the gaps: This is a revival of the typeface by the same name, since it may not have been patented or trademarked by anyone until further notice. This typeface may never have been used and certainly is rather odd, but it can be seen that it must be one of the oldest forerunners of typefaces that were built from discrete "pieces" into a dot pattern, presaging the use of pixelation on monitors a hundred years later, as well as many other examples of typefaces built from pixels, dots, rectangles, stars and numerous other doodads and dingbats. In this case, the strict grid is violated for diagonals and many other interesting work-arounds; there are actually three different shapes used to build this geometric sans serif letterform. Information by Anna Allen: "Maltic is an interesting sans-serif face built from geometric motifs, was shown by the Illinois Type Foundry in The Inland Printer edition of December 1886. The specimen is marked patented, but extensive THP research finds no verification of this claim. This typeface is a complete mystery to me, as is the Illinois TF [Chicago, 1872–1892]… Annenberg (who bewails the lack of history details) reports that it was originally a distributor for the BruceTF (New York) and no record exists of any types that were originated by the Illinois Type Foundry. A showing of ornamental borders in the August 1890 edition of The Inland Printer advertises that they were Western Agents for Conner (New York) types as well."
    • Margarethe (2017). It is hard to believe, but the original typeface was shown by Eduard Haenel (Berlin) in 1847 and was later adopted by American type houses. Eventually it was called Marble Heart, but most samples show only the upper case. Eventually I was ably to put together a large character set for multilingual setting after a rare, complete lower case specimen was discovered. This digital revival also covers typefaces variously known as Ornamented No. 11, 13 and 33. It is an early forerunner of faces known as grotesques (sans serifs that resemble Helvetica, Standard Gothic, etc.) This is another very difficult drawing exercise, but made all the more enjoyable after valuable sleuthing for missing glyphs by Anna at Type Heritage Project.
    • Minster (2018). Minster was yet another style ground-breaker by Herman Ihlenburg, who patented the design in May–June, 1878 with assignment to MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan. This rimmed dual-case ornamented Latin beauty was consistently shown by MSJ and by ATF as late as 1897. It was also distributed by the Franklin TF (Cincinnati) [aka Allison & Smith]. Charles H. Smith, foreman, was the son of Lawrence Johnson's former partner (Johnson & Smith, 1833–1843). It has been digitally revived for posterity and took about two weeks to produce the full set of glyphs. Thanks to J. Choi and Anna Allen for very good specimens of printed materials.
    • Molto (Fiorito, Ombreggiato and Nero) (2018). Molto Fiorito is a digital revival of MoléFoliate, whose history below has been researched by Anna Allen. Ombreggiato is a derivative with just the shadow, and Nero is the central characters adapted for separate setting, Bodoni or Didone letterform with high contrast and thin slab serifs. It has been produced in multiple sub-fonts for a wide variety of pin-register multicolor setting. Researching the topic on Fonderie Générale (Paris, 1834–1912) raised some perplexing questions about the history of this famous ornamented Didone. Twentieth-century historians attribute the design to Joseph Moléin c1819. Indeed, the conservative styling is compatible with fonts intended for title pages of scholarly and literary books, mainstay of the publishing industry during this period. The 1835 catalog issued by Tarbé (Molés successor) states that text, titling and display faces are offered therein. Even so, none resembling MoléFoliate is shown by any Molésuccessor in five digital specimen books dated 1835–1896. On the contrary, surface ornamentation is limited almost exclusively to Tuscans and Egyptians. Jaspert et al. (2001) note the then-current letterpress font source as Stephenson Blake & Co. Ltd. (Sheffield). Millington explains that the face was "redrawn by S.L. Hartz from a design by the Parisian typefounder Molé". Sem L. Hartz was associated with the Enschedé TF (Haarlem). SB introduced it in 1958 as "An Exotic Display Type". Did Molétransfer rights to this design before Tarbé's acquisition in 1835? If so: to SB? Enschedé? Another TF in existence at the time? Did Moléhimself design the leafy ornamentation attributed to him today? Or… Did Hartz superimpose his own concept on the surface of a MoléDidone roman? An anonymous developer digitized free revivals of this font and a matching plain one in 1997. They are difficult to find now [and are poorly executed].
    • Montrose Roman (2017). Montrose is a display typeface with many interesting features, an example of numerous "banner style" letterforms produced at the time, such as Stephen Ornate and Arboret. It was called Motto (a design claimed by John P. Rogers for the Boston Type Foundry in 1879) and I understand there is still a typesetter who has the original metal matrices. Mine was produced from rather poor scans, so some interpretation was necessary. It came out quite nicely, but not quite exacting enough for some standards. It is definitely of historical interest.
    • Moocher Roman and Moocher Open (2018). These digital revivals are based on Moorish and Moorish Open as described below: Moorish was designed, cut and patented by German immigrants Julius Schmohl and Ernst Lauschke, who assigned the rights to Barnhart Brothers & Spindler in April–May 1891. Commercial specimens consistently showed Moorish Open on the same page or in a spread. As advertised, this handsome stylized Latin was meant for multi-color effects.
    • Morton Roman (2017). It is plausible for reasons too long to explain here that Ludwig S. Ipsen of Boston designed the typeface known as Mother Hubbard sometime before 1886 when it was offered by Dickinson Type Foundry. There were numerous swashes and alternate characters for this typeface, and I'm certain some will never be discovered. (The unadorned caps of this font bear a close resemblance to Monopol from Petzendorfer in 1903 and I have heard a rumor that a lower case alphabet was designed in modern times. As with many typefaces, the stories behind the letters are sometimes fascinating to those who are interested to know more.)
    • Muralla Text (2017). This is a digital revival of Music Hall text. I have no information about it except that it appears in one of Dan X. Solo's publications, but it is quite pretty. Robert Donona added: "This was called Teuton Text, shown in MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan type specimen books, it is also shown in the 1898 book entitled Shriftatlas by Ludwig Pfetzendorfer of German and also shown in some German Printing periodicals entitled Archiv für Buchdruckerkunst by Alexander Waldow, this publication ran from 1864 to the early 20th century."
    • Mystica (2019). Mystica was found in a Dan Solo publication on swash alphabets. It consists of the upper and lower case only, but is a very pretty example of a slightly quirky calligraphic letterform that appears to have been hand-drawn. There are several features that I retained when digitizing, and there are others I standardized without sacrificing the overall feel. I'm not sure whether this was ever really a typeface; until now it probably would have been classified as ephemera.
    • National Pride (2018). This is a digital revival of a typeface known as National or National Gothic that is surprisingly old, and more surprisingly, not digitized until now despite being a rather obvious project. It was completed a few weeks ago, but it required a little massaging to get a few parameters more in line with afterthoughts I had. Thanks to Anna again for research and some good specimens to go with mine. In his correspondence with William E. Lo , German immigrant Julius Herriet Sr. (then in his 80s, with a life-long career in type design/cutting) recalled producing this face during the few years he worked in Philadelphia. As was customary at the time, his boss, the "hyper-active" Lawrence Johnson, patented it in 1856 [USPTO D760]. Johnson's patent affidavit explains that the design was geared to chromatic separations for printing with blue and red inks with white paper as the third color. What a great idea 150+ years later! Incidentally… It is said that Mr. Johnson [1801-1860] "worked himself to death." In the process, he promoted three of his employees to partners and groomed them to succeed him: Thomas MacKellar, John F. Smith and Richard Smith (sons of his first partner, Johnson & Smith). Together with Peter A. Jordan (the CFO of his time), these men built on Johnson's foundation to become the "largest and most celebrated type foundry in the world."
    • New Orange (2017). New Orange is a revival of a typeface called New Orleans but originally called Romantiques No. 3 in catalogs from the 19th century. The Decorated is the original design and the roman is one I created for special interest. Like many of these decorative typefaces from the 19th century, they can be produced as dual fonts for chromatic separations on special request.
    • Nile (2017). Nile is an original work based loosely on typefaces called Egyptians, particularly that of VGC. I've greatly expanded the possibilities of this letterform by generating 8 weights with accompanying italics and small caps, suitable for a wide range of languages as well as English, both text and display.
    • Nova Sandra Script (2017). Novelty Script has been revived as Nova Sandra. I've produced the typeface as an Extra Light, Light, Roman, Medium, Bold, Extra Bold and Black. (The Bold is a revival of the Novelty Script available from specimens.) The six other weights were added as an extra-special challenge. It is a beautiful connected script that has many unusual quirks unique to this design. There are several alternate characters and I have supplied a full set of “beginning forms” as well. I have also created a reasonable set of punctuation that did not exist in the original. It is a connected script, and therefore, one of the most difficult projects to undertake.
    • Octic Latin Drop Shade (2018). This is my digital revival of a typeface that started out life around 1884 at Illinois Type-Founding as Octagon Shaded. Several typefaces over the years have had "Octagon" somewhere in their name, but this is really an octic Latin with distinctive features such as a certain curviness where one would expect linearity, so not a true octagon type, and it in any case has a Latin serif, which was itself applied differently in later Latin designs. It has a wonderful drop shade that gives it great depth. There is no known lowercase for this font and the showing in Inland Printer was nearly complete.
    • Octuple (2017). This is a digital revival of a very old wood typeface called Octagon, which seems to have been first shown by George Nesbitt in specimens from 1838, believed to have its origins in France.
    • Partisan Ornamented (2017). One of the most challenging projects I've undertaken in the digital preservation of antique letterforms is this remarkable typeface that started off as a reference to "French 1838" and what Figgins showed as Parisian in 1843. Johnson & Smith showed it as Ornamented in 1841, but it was also known elsewhere as Dandy and Ornate No. 6. The principal trouble (beyond the sheer work involved in reviving this monster) lies in assembling anything like a complete character set. Showings in catalogs for nearly all typefaces have been several letters and perhaps a figure or two, but it is often impossible to get enough glyphs from even a dozen showings; Q, X, Z, J are commonly not shown. I revived the letter N to see whether it was even feasible to start the project and estimated it would take two months to complete, even if the missing letters could be found. Beyond my wildest dreams, several people were able to track down every missing letter and even the numerals and the AE and OE ligatures, in varying degrees of resolution from ancient catalogs. I was able to generate this type over many enjoyable, hellish hours.
    • Pattycake Condensed (2017). Attached is a digital revival of a lovely monoweight casual serif font called Pastel Condensed. I have seen revivals of this typeface, but I believe mine is a more complete and consistent version, and includes diacritical characters for setting in a wide variety of languages.
    • Paymaster Roman (2017). This wood typeface was called Painter's Roman and cut by both Page and Wells, being made available in the 1870s. It was revived a while ago by a major font developer with many glyphs added, but my cut retains some of the quirkiness of the sample I had available from Rob Roy Kelly's masterpiece, American Wood Type 1828–1900. Its numerous specimens are the source of many of my wood type digitizations.
    • Pencilings (2018). Pencilings has been digitally revived in three versions known to exist. Pencilings One was originally shown as Paragon Pencilings. Pencilings Two was originally shown as Paragon Pencilings No. 2 and uses the same caps as Pencilings with the lower case characters at 75% the size of No. 1 and with different cuts; both showings have several ligatures and alternates. Pencilings Three is a rendition of Solo's version, which was much heavier and was shown in "Grunge Alphabets" on page 65. The alphabet I scanned for One and Two is shown by Marder, Luse & Co., January 1885 in The Inland Printer. This is a lovely if somewhat inconsistent example of early explorations of typefaces that mimicked handwriting, particularly printing as opposed to calligraphy or penmanship. As such, these irregular examples are sometimes called casuals, a large group that includes brushes and bounces.
    • Pisa Semiscript (2017). A seldom-used font available from Bitstream, Piranesi Italic is nevertheless a lovely letterform whose designer I do not know. I have discovered that there was also a bolder version at some time in the past, but have never seen it except in type catalogs existing before digital typography, so quite rare. Despite its being called an italic, there never was a "Piranesi Roman." I have produced nine weights, both lighter and heavier than the original, completely redrawn for consistency and available in OpenType PostScript multilingual cross-platform fonts.
    • Precocious (2017). Preciosa was the original name for this little gem and it dates from around 1898 from Bauer & Co. in Stuttgart. It has been fonted before as freeware from Klaus Johansen of Svendborg, Denmark, but did not include lowercase. I'm not quite sure the lowercase I came across is the one designed for that face, as it comes from a Solo catalog, and occasionally he used lowercase alphabets from other faces to accompany his perhaps all-caps blackletter fonts, so who knows? More on that subject later as I revive a couple other drop-cap Gothic beauties whose lowercase characters are the same.
    • Protagonist (2018). This series is a digital revival of a face known as Program. Thanks to Anna Allen for the following research as well as a few critical scans from materials I didn't have in my possession: According to William E. Loy, this typewriter-like Egyptian was designed and cut by William F. Capitain [1851–1915]. Carl Müler, an executive of Marder, Luse & Co. (Capitain's employer since November 1874), patented the design in November 1881–April 1882 and assigned the rights to [USPTO D13862]. Contrary to USPTO regulations effective in 1874, he got away with identifying the intended commercial tradename. It was advertised in The Inland Printer of April 1885. In February–May 1885, Capitain himself patented Inclined Program, a dual-case back-slant derivative [USPTO D161054]. Like Program, it was shown in the Marder, Luse catalogs issued in 1889 and 1890. Unlike Müler, he retained the rights.
    • Rochelle (2017). This series is intended as an extension of Herb Lubalin's 1970 creation, Ronda. It has always been available in several weights, but I extended the utility of this face to some lighter forms as well as the inclusion of small caps (except in the bold).
    • Rose Madder (2017). This is another example of reviving a letterform that may never have been a typeface. It was found unnamed in Carol Belanger Grafton's "Bizarre & Ornamental Alphabets" on pp. 96–97.
    • Rosemary Series (2017). Rosemary is a revival of various Roman woods found in "100 Wood Type Alphabets," by Rob Roy Kelly. Ornamented (p. 230) first shown by George F. Nesbitt in 1838 specimens (Shadow and Expanded are derivatives); X Condensed (p. 234) same Nesbitt; Condensed (p. 233) same; Extended (p. 231) same; Roman (p. 232) first shown by Darius Wells 1828.
    • Ruinous Titling (2018). This is a digital revival of a face called Parable that appears in one of Dan X. Solo's publications. It would be strange if no one has revived this face, and I do so solely as a demonstration of how it is that people get into doing the sort of work I do, even as an occasional hobby and nothing more. With the right software and a little determination to learn something new, the average person can produce a typeface in a few hours, albeit one this simple and lacking anything more than the capital letters. It whets a lot of folks' appetites for something more challenging, but rarely ending up where I am at a level of astonishing self-inflicted pain! The typeface was less than two hours from turning on the scanner, through drawing and spacing to a usable font.
    • Rye Roman (2017). This is a digital revival of a typeface identified as Ryan Jackson on p. 85 of Solo's "Victorian Display Alphabets," but I have found no other reference so far as to its origins before that publication. Technically, it is a moderately decorated low-contrast Latin.
    • Saluzzo font (2017)> Giambattista Bodoni, one of the first rockstars of typography and printing, flourished in the latter half of the eighteenth century in Parma, Italy. His fans included Benjamin Franklin, Napoleon and Pope Pius VII. The typeface we know as Bodoni has been developed by numerous foundries, particularly in the late twentieth century, no two of which are identical. It has generally been drawn as a high-contrast serif and was itself based on some of the transitional forms originating in Baskerville's studios at the time Bodoni ran his printing business. I have developed a unique Bodoni myself, slightly lower in contrast to render it more readable at smaller sizes. I have produced the letterform in Open Type PostScript format for cross-platform use in eleven different weights, italics and small caps (in the roman only), for a total of 33 multilingual fonts. Saluzzo is named for Bodoni's birthplace in Italy.
    • Santa Claus (2018). This is a self-named digital revival of Santa Claus and Santa Claus Initials, both No. 1 and No. 2. This irresistible pair of fun faces was introduced by Central TF in the December 1885 edition of The Inland Printer. A patent pending notice was displayed in at least one commercial specimen; no such patent exists and none was claimed in the post-ATF catalog issued by the Central /Boston TFs in 1892. According to policies of the US Patent and Trademark Office in effect at the time, Santa Claus was positively new, novel and non-obvious and absolutely worthy of a design patent. No approved applications for design patents were filed by Central executives nor assigned by others after 1886. Apparently this notice was of the "beware of the (non-existent) dog" variety. The designer is unknown. William E. Loy does not account for Santa Claus in his biographies of Gustave F. Schroeder or Nicholas J. Werner, Central's staff type designers/punch-cutters until 1889, when they partnered an independent business. In 1891, Schroeder moved to California; he and Werner continued to contract design commissions from Central and other clients.
    • Saprophyte Roman (2018). Saprophyte is a digital revival of a typeface that started out as Ornamented No. 1060. Thanks to Anna Allen for the commentary on its provenance. This Latin gingerbread face was designed and patented by Julius Herriet, Sr. in 1878–1879. He assigned the rights to David Wolfe Bruce , the last family member involved with the Bruce TF. After the USPTO established the trademark division in 1870–1874, the Bruce TF switched from naming its new faces to numbering them. Presumably, this expedient circumvented payment of additional attorney and registration fees. The name Safari may have been dubbed by Dan X. Solo. Those comparing my version with Solo's and the patent specimen will find there to be discrepancies with Solo. The patent specimen was poor but indicated significant changes that occurred by the time Solo had samples. I went as best I could by indications from the patent application of 1878 in regards to overall form and design and had to rely on Solo for only several details. It is my creation based on the information I have available and is nevertheless stunning and unique.
    • Shifty Wide (2017). Shifty is a revival of a typeface identified as Shimmer Wide in Solo's "Victorian Display Alphabets," p. 88. I don't otherwise know the origin of this letterform, but because of its regularity I don't believe this was a wood type, or at least the version I'm seeing comes from a metal face that may have been based on a wood design. There is a resemblance to Antique Tuscan No. 1, a wood face from the 1850s.
    • Snitch Script (2017). Based squarely on one of the most familiar scripts, Snell Roundhand, my version has several major design changes. Charles Snell developed this letterform many decades ago and it was translated by Matthew Carter into phototype in the mid-1960s with a total of three weights made available. I have developed a total of 12 weights of this very difficult connected script, all the way from a Hairline to an Extra Black, beyond the ranges previously available—keeping in mind that this form has some very different glyphs in place of the originals, and quite a bit of standardizing in ways the original designer would perhaps find offensive. But I love it, so there.
    • Solomonic, Cliffhanger and Deerfield (2017). I revived Solar, Climax and Dearborn Initials consecutively, since they had been shown in many catalogs adjacent to one another and were offered by Barnhart Brothers & Spindler in the late 1880s. They are decidedly modern-looking display faces, and as I always say, all of our best ideas were stolen by designers of the past!
    • Spiral Swash (2019). This is a digital revival of the typeface of the same name, found in one of Solo's publications. Technically it is a higher-contrast extra-bold, wide, extreme flare-serif with ball swashes. It is reminiscent of the Euclids I revived last year and would work well as drop caps with the entire range of undecorated forms from that revival. It is equipped with a very nice range of alternate characters, but there is no punctuation supplied. I don't know the designer of this face or the time period, but it looks to be something that would have appeared in a photolettering catalog in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
    • Springfield Roman (2017). This is a revival of a previously undigitized typeface called Spangle in some catalogs but has been also named Uncle Sam, Carnet de Bal, Ornate No. 3, Ornamented No. 851 and Romantiques No. 1; which demonstrates with one font the tremendous problem in type identification. In any case, it's hard to believe this was designed in the 1830s by Laurent & de Berny of Paris, calling it Ornamented No. 1071.
    • Sprinkle Roman (2017). Based on the original typeface called Spring, this is a display letterform that I digitized a few years ago from one of Dan X. Solo's catalogs. It is notable for containing a huge number of alternate characters that make it a lot of fun to work with for a distinctly retro feel. Also called Bonaparte by Photo-Lettering, and Radiant Flair by OptiFont.
    • Stakeholder Roman (2017). This wood typeface was called Staccato by Solo, but was originally released as Tuscan Extended by W.H. Page before 1872. I suspect this is another letterform that has been revived by others.
    • Stengel Roman (2018). This is a digital revival of Sterling. There have been other unrelated typefaces with the same name, but the history of Sterling follows. Again, thanks to Anna Allen for the sleuthing: A far cry from ATF Sterling (Morris F. Benton, 1917), this suave stylized Latin has just the right slinky curves! The designer, Charles E. Heyer, reprises his trend-setting hooked C and extends the style to the G with a new interpretation for this stunning all-caps alphabet [with two alternates, an E and an L]. His patent application was promptly approved in September–October 1890; rights were assigned to Barnhart Brothers & Spindler, his employer since 1878. It was shown by BBS until at least 1909. A few of my own comments on this letterform follow. For its time, it is certainly a departure from standard interpretations of alphabets. To begin with, we are finding terminals in some of the characters that are unexpected, swashes where we would expect traditional terminals. The A is square with a swash crossbar, echoed in the H, and the H itself is like the M and H in being bandy-legged. The W is practically an inverted M. The J and the U are very wide. All characters are quite a bit wider than usual, in line with Clipper, which it resembles in some respects; but the question mark is super-condensed. The A, B, E, F, H, P and R have compressed upper stories, giving the face a top-heavy look, which became very popular in the Art Nouveau craze. The curves are much thicker than expected, perhaps a bit outside acceptable for good color, so a high contrast in places where you would not expect. The serif is minimal and difficult to discern in my specimens, so I interpolated somewhat. Its modern sort-of-equivalent look is like Newtext, Americana or the modern Copperplates. I worked mostly from the patent specimen, because it was quite different from all the printed materials I examined.
    • Stigmata (2018). Only rock-solid project management, determination and a tolerance for tedium will get a typographic revivalist though the gantlet in bringing back to life one of the most complex typefaces ever designed, Stipple. The history of this unique letterform is provided by Anna Allen as follows: The brilliant Herman Ihlenburg completed design of this masterpiece in 1889; in January–February 1890, he patented it and assigned the rights to MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan [USPTO D19660]. Concurrently, he patented a set of related ornaments for line finials and a semi-rectangular frame [USPTO D19659]. The earliest commercial specimen examined was shown in the June 1890 edition of The Inland Printer by Shniedewend & Lee Co., then MSJ's Chicago agent. Widely considered unvectorizable, it was thus a challenge I undertook because the number of good specimens was high enough to consider the challenge. The rest of the story of this revival is too long and technical to relate, so I will describe this is as a maximally decorated modified bold Latin banner typeface. Just one of these characters contains around 2,000 data points, close to the maximum possible to create a font that will not crash. Thanks to all and sundry for a few rare specimens and particularly the US Patent Office for its poor but complete specimen of the 48-point characters; and several others for the serendipitous discovery of a couple important 36-point characters. The bang, question, period, comma and colon were designed by me to make the font more usable. Stipple is now available for the first time in 130 years.
    • Sundog (2019). This 9-weight series is a revival of a typeface shown as Sunningdale (in three weights from Dan X. Solo). It is a slab face Egyptian italic with very nice swashes, but there is no punctuation for this letterform. It contains a large range of alternate characters. Although I don't know the origin of this typeface, it is almost certainly the same designer as Whitley Sans, revived most recently by me. The lighter weights in this series are almost strictly monoweight, but there is an increase in contrast from Light through Heavy, as in the original forms.
    • Sunnybrook Script (2019). This is a very light monoweight upright semiscript of my own design with a lot of features found in traditional scripts of 150 years ago. The exuberant swash capitals are very loosely based on Flemish Script but have been modified a great deal and standardized across several glyphs. It can be set in a wide variety of languages.
    • Superior (2018). This is a digital revival of Superior, whose first showing I have as April 1886 from Great Western Type Foundry in Chicago. It is a slightly decorated extra-light condensed Latin existing only in caps as far as I can tell. There is a full set of numerals and minor punctuation. Superior is a rather simple revival in relative terms and requires only a few hours because of that simplicity and paucity of other glyphs. It has perhaps been revived by other developers, but I am not sure.
    • Tanglewood (2017). This revival ranks in the top five of the most difficult projects I've undertaken, not only because of the sheer amount of work involved in drawing the characters but in addition because of the number of glyphs that happened to be available. The name of this face was originally offered as Conner Ornamented No. 43, patented by James M. Conner in 1881. My undying thanks must go to Robert Donona, who supplied an incredibly good specimen from Graphic Compositions, Inc.'s phototype specimen book wherein the typeface is called Tangier. Diacritical marks, superior and inferior characters and basically enough glyphs to complete a large OTF file were evident in the specimen. Specimens of such completeness are rare in the world of typography, but having them available for viewing makes the revival process a time-consuming, if satisfying, venture. It required an absolutely stupid amount of time to finish. Several people have said this is my magnum opus...so far at least!
    • Tasty Gothic (2018). This is a digital revival of typefaces variously known as Tasso, Gotham and No. 205). 1890 (Tasso, Gotham), Barnhart Bros. & Spindler; 1895 (No. 205) George Bruce's Son. Some hunting around was necessary to find missing glyphs, but my version appears to contain everything that was originally designed for this very pleasant monoweight gothic.
    • Tender Regard (2018). This is a digital revival of a graceful letterform originally known as Tendril. The design for Tendril was patented by Herman Ihlenburg [1843–1905] in 1878. Along with Camelot (Goudy-Phinney/ATF Boston 1900), his application was one of the fastest-approved in 19th-century history. Rights were awarded in less than three weeks during November and assigned to MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan [MSJ ] of Philadelphia.
    • Thursday Roman (2017). Attached is my digital revival of Thurston, a letterform appearing in one of Dan Solo's numerous type specimen books. I don't have any information on the source of this form, but like other postings here, this will be updated at some point in the future for the curious. This face is strongly reminiscent of the Peignot types, sans serifs with relatively strong contrast, but in this case with quirky ornamentation.
    • Tiberius (2017). Tiberius is a revival of a typeface called Tirolean. This is another strange letterform that has distinct Art Nouveau influences, but I'm not at all sure of the history of this face except that it was found in a Solo catalog.
    • Tinting Series (2017). Tinting is a faithful rendition of MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan's Tinted and patented by Charles H. Beeler around 1885. Because the lining work in each was different depending on the point size of the metal type used (in order to achieve the same visual "grayness" when printed), I have developed each of these in such a way that when the same size is selected for each font, the optimal relative size is actually produced. The same technique was used for the equally challenging typeface called Luray.
    • Trinitro (2018). This super-sophisticated stylized Latin (known originally as Trinal) was patented by British immigrant William F. Capitain [b1850] of Chicago in September–October 1888. The Marder Luse Type Foundry (a.k.a. Chicago Type Foundry ), his employer since 1874, advertised it in The Inland Printer edition of November 1888. It was shown by ATF until c1900. Trinal has been digitized, containing many of the variously decorated characters that make up a large font. I am not at all sure I found everything, and it took the sleuthing of several other fanatics to find anything like a final set of everything that may have been produced.
    • Tunbridge Shadow Ornamented (2017). This is a revival of Tungsten, another oddball ornamented style probably originating in the late 19th century.
    • Unitary Roman (2017). Unitary is a revival of a wood type published as Unique. I have no other information as to the provenance of this typeface except that it was taken from a Dan X. Solo publication.
    • Valor Shade and Rimmed Shade (2017). These digital revivals started out in 1847 at V & J Figgins and there were several other variants in wood type at the time. Van Horn, Zebra and Tuscan Condensed Shade were other names used over the years, but the latter best describes the letterform. This is a moderately challenging revival that can be made available for chromatic separations, as many of these complicated characters were intended originally.
    • Venetian Tulip Wood (2018). The story of this revival is unfolding, but to make it short, this was digitized from a very large point-size specimen of what purports to be wood type from Kelly's collection. But upon further investigation, it is unclear whether this sample was a drawing made from an impression (or printed specimens) or whether it is an actual impression of wood type itself. I suspect the former, but it is indeed a legitimate typeface (and an important early 19th-century face) that existed in several different decorated forms. It is unclear which came first, the metal or the wood letterform. Technically this is an exuberantly decorated drop-shadow concave Tuscan.
    • Vicarage Initials (2017). This challenging revival took many hours to complete for digital font use, but well worth it. Vatican Initials was found in a Solo publication and much has been done here to achieve consistency of color and design without sacrificing the nuances of this rare beauty.
    • Warpath (2017). Warpath is a revival of a wood typeface called Wampum in Dan Solo's publication; otherwise, I don't know the provenance of this letterform.
    • Whitestone Sans (2019). This is a digital revival of a very unusual face called Whitely Sans, found in a Solo publication. It is a medium-weight sans serif italic with very nice swashes and an interesting treatment of shading. There is a wide variety of alternate glyphs, including rare "ending forms," several of which I produced on my own to make it a little more consistent with typefaces supplied with ending forms.
    • Wood Types Numbers 154, 500, 506, 508 & 510 (2017). These are five unrelated wood types that were occasionally used in foundries setting metal type because of their availability in large sizes. No. 154 is a modified Tuscan; Nos. 508 and 510 are flared sans serifs; and Nos. 500 and 506 are Latins. Like most wood types, the character availability was usually quite limited.
  • The free sans typeface families done in 2003: Clemente, Ultima, Passion Sans (a Peignotian family).
  • His 19th century series, all made in 1995 or 1996: APT New Abramesque, APT New Alferata (psychedelic), APT New Armenian, APT New Belmont (Victorian), APT New Brenda, APT New Cabinet, APT New Caprice, APT New Dawson, APT New Euclid, APT New Linden, APT New Madison, APT New Moorish, APT New Mystic, APT New Rollo (Victorian), APT New Slapstick (wooden plank font), APT New Spiral, APT New Stephen Ornate, APT New Teahouse, APT New Viola, APT Novelty Script.
  • The wood type collection of Alan Jay Prescott.
    • APT Antique Wood Double Outline Shaded 1995, APT Antique Wood Extended 1996
    • APT Caslon Wood w: Alts 1996
    • APT Clarendon Wood Extended 1996
    • APT Columbian Wood w: Alts 1996
    • APT Courier Wood 1997
    • APT Doric Wood 1995
    • APT Gothic Wood (+Alts) 1997
    • APT Grecian FullFaced Wood 1996
    • APT Jenson Old Style Wood 1996
    • APT Kurilian Wood w: Decorated Alts 1997
    • APT Modified Gothic Wood Cond 1997
    • APT New Venetian Wood 1996
    • APT New Woodcut Shaded Initials 1995 (Houtsneeletter)
    • APT Roman Wood 1994-1995
    • APT Tuscan Antique Wood (+Alts) 1995-1996
    • APT Tuscan Concave Wood 1996-1997
    • APT Tuscan Contour Wood 1996
    • APT Tuscan Gothic 1 Wood 1996, APT Tuscan Gothic 2 Wood Cond w: Alts 1996, APT Tuscan Gothic 3 Wood Cond w: Alts 1997, APT Tuscan Gothic Pointed Wood w: Alts 1997 (Ironwood)
    • APT Tuscan Italian Wood 1997
    • APT Unique Wood 1995
    • APT Wood 1995-1997
    • APT Wood No. 501 1996 (orig Wm.H. Page 1887), APT Wood No. 508 1997, APT Wood No. 51 1997, APT Wood No. 510 1997, APT Wood No. 515 1996
  • Stencil typefaces designed in 1995 and 1996: APT Crystal Ship (1995), APT New Acapulco Light (1995; after the phototype Acapulco Light VGC), APT New Alpha Midnight (1996; after a typeface from 1969 sold by John Schaedler), APT New Beans w/ Alts (1996, after Beans by Dieter Zembsch, 1973), APT New Checkmate (1995---not a stencil type, really, but rather a modular typeface; after the film type Checkmate), APT New Zephyr (1996).
  • Computer fonts designed in 1995 and 1996: APT Bugsy (1995), APT New Quote (1996: bilined).
  • Art nouveau typefaces designed in 1995 and 1996: APT New Abbott (1995; after Joseph W. Phinneys' abbott Old Style, 1901), APT New Ambrosia (1995, after Peter Schnorr's 1898 Jugendstil typeface), APT New Baldur (1996; after Baldur by Schelter (1895) and Julius Klinkhardt (1903)), APT New Jagged w/ Alts (1996), APT New Jason (1996), APT New Livonia (1996), APT New Margit w/ Alts (1996), APT New Nightclub (1995), APT New Quaint (1995), APT New Quaint Open (1995).
  • Decorative typefaces designed between 1995 and 1997: The Bizarre series (decorative caps), Advertisers Gothic PD (2010: a large family based on Robert Wiebking's ugly original from 1917), APT Antique, Crayon PDS (2013, a decorative Victorian family), APT Caslon 76 (1997, based on a Compugraphics original), APT Feinen Inline (1997, after Henry Mikiewicz, 1983), APT Millais (1995, unknown origin), APT New Abel Cursive (1996, a revival of Bernie Abel's Abel Cursive (Compugraphic, 1974)), APT New Artcraft (1996), APT New LSC Book (1996, after a 1970 original by Lubalin Smith Carnese), APT New Classic Rubber Stamp (1996: based on DeVinne by G.F. Schroeder, 1890; F.W. Goudy 1898), APT New Hearst (1995, based on an original from Inland Type Foundry, 1901, which was famously ripped off from Goudy; the Italic was by Carl Schraubstadter, 1904), APT New Ticonderoga (1995-1996), APT New Woolly West (1995), APT Horizon Initials (1995), APT New Gill Floriated (1995), Old Gothic Initials Plain (1995: Lombardic caps), Pfister Bible Gothic APT Cameo (1997, blackletter caps), APT Saint Nick (1995: snow-themed caps), APT Black Dog (1995), APT Blacksmith Heavy (1995), APT New Airedale (1995, after an original tattoo / poster from the 1930s), APT New Blade Display w/ Alts (1996), APT New Cugat (1995; a wedge serif letterpress emulation typeface), APT New Fieldstone (1995), APT New Static (1995), APT New Trump Gravur (1995; after Georg Trump, 1954), APT New Yagi Bold (1996), APT New Courtier Italic (1996, Vanity Fair), APT New Harlequin (1996), APT New June (1996, after Fournier le Jeune).
  • Avant Garde typefaces: APT Avant Garde Alts and Display (1997), APT Lubalin Graph Alts (1997; to be used with BT Lubalin Graph, Ed Benguiat, 1974).

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Akang Kamezvara

Bandung, Indonesia-based designer of the bold handcrafted typeface Zeligh (2017). [Google] [More]  ⦿

akaType
[James D. Milligan]

akaType is James Milligan's outfit. Fonts made by him include akaPosse (2005), akaArcade (2003, Victorian), akaDylan (2005, comic book style set of three typefaces), akaChen, akaDora (2005, script), akaFrivolity (2002), akaHoggle (2002), akaIndic (2002), akaPotsley (2002, Victorian).

1001fonts link. Another URL. Fontspace link. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Akhbar Design

Lhokseumawe, Indonesia-based designer of the spurred Victorian (and perhaps tattoo) font Nebenk (2019), the script typeface Seulanga (2019), the 12-style sans typeface Baver Avalone (2019), the vernacular typefaces Choco Peanut (2019) and Kungfu Cartoon (2019), and the modular typeface Pro Legacy (2019).

Typefaces from 2020: Aceh Island (Victorian), Casbelov, Eco Power (a round poster sans), Hening, House of Kanoe, Onix, Risol Script (curly), Sweet Boy. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Akhmad Reza Fauzi
[Reza Design (or: Silverstein Design)]

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Akhmad Reza Fauzi
[Grezline Studio]

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Akmal Yusar
[Picatype Studio]

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Aksa & Nusa Co.

Jakarta-based designer of the vintage typeface Pumper (2016), the Victorian signage typeface Hippia (2016), the script typeface Pat Judge (2016), the brush script Wilder Mood (2016), the signage typefaces Bostly Script (2016) and DBrakes (2016), and the weathered hexagonal typeface Broster (2016).

Typefaces from 2017: Lebakre (a monoline script), Wilder Mood (brush type). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aktiengesellschaft für Schriftgiesserei und Maschinenbau (or: AG für Schriftgiesserei)

Foundry in Offenbach, Germany. Their main specimen book is Haupt-Probe über Schriftgiesserei-Erzeugnisse und Messing-Material (1911, Offenbach am Main). House typefaces include the blackletters Angelsächsisch, Archiv-Gotisch (1909), Asta (1902), Freigotisch, and Schöffer-Gotisch (ca. 1900). Heinrich (Heinz) König made the blackletter typeface Germania (1903). Eduard Brox designed Moderne Alt-Fraktur (1907; some give the date 1910). Albert Christian Auspurg created the blackletter typefaces Apart (1911) and Fraktur-Kursiv (1923). Their art nouveau typefaces include Apollo (ca. 1900), Inserat Kursiv, Neptun, Tedesca.

For digital revivals, see Appeal DT (2007, Malcolm Wooden, a revival of Apollo) and RMU Neptun (2021, Ralph M. Unger). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alan Jay Prescott
[AJPT]

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Albert Angus Turbayne

Albert Angus Turbayne (b. 1866, Boston, MA, d. 1940, London) was an American book designer and bookbinding artist. He worked in London for the London County Council School of Photoengraving and Lithography and also for Carlton Studio. He wrote Monograms and Ciphers (republished by Dover in 1968 and by Mayflower Books in 1978 with the title A Complete Book of Monograms & Ciphers). Designer of an initial caps face at the end of the 19th century. One of his typefaces inspired Ben Noe's typeface Turbayne (2021). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Albian Gagica

Digital artist in Kosova, Albania. Behance link. Most historians believe that the Albanians are descendants of the Indo-German tribesmen called the Illyrians who were in the Western Balkans ca. 1000bc. Illyria (2011) is a curly monoline sans script that permeates Victorian perfumes. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandra Bortoni

Creator of Walking Around (2012, a Victorian typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandro Paul

Designer who lives in Buenos Aires and who teaches graphic design and typography at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. He has worked as an art director in prestigious Argentina-based studios, handling high-profile corporate brands such as Arcor, Marta Harff, Morph, SC Johnson, Danone, and Movicom. He runs Estudio Paul. Professor at Facultad de Arquitectura, Universidad de Buenos Aires. Co-creator, with Apostrophe at Apostrophic Laboratory, of Usenet (2000), FontCop I through IV (2000) and the pixel font family Cayetano. Published the dot matrix font Stardust with T-26 in 2000. Designed the gorgeous font Elektora in 2000. He developed with Michael Lynch a 17-font Tennis set of grid-based pixel fonts. At Typeworx, he published Reflex (2002), a commercial 6-style unicase font family. Another web site by Alejandro. Cofounder of DAS, a design studio in Buenos Aires.

Cofounder of Sudtipos (2003), where he does custom work and creates new typefaces.

His work there includes Tierra (a titling face), Latinaires (2003-2018: originally called Latina Sans), Reflex, Downtempo (2003), Stardust and Mosaico (1999, pixel face).

Still at Sudtipos, he digitized the beautiful handwriting/calligraphic typefaces by Angel Koziupa called Alma (2005), Murga, Habano and Tiza, which together with his script typeface Argenta (2004), Oxida (2005), the medieval script typeface Mama Script (2004, designed with Alfredo Graziani), Divina (2004, with Alfredo Graziani), and the sans family Kautiva (2004) can be bought via Umbrella Type.

For children's orthography, he developed Estrada Hand, on commission for Editorial Estrada. He was working on the serif family Libertina (2004).

Herencia (2004, a handwriting typeface done with Diego Giaccone), Grover (2004, slab serif), Milk Script (2004, with Alfredo Graziani), Mama Script (2004, with Alfredo Graziani), Politica (2004, a techno typeface with a very thin Thin weight) are at Sudtipos.

The Bluemlein Scripts (2004-2005, Umbrella and Veer) are based on the calligraphic renderings of Charles Bluemlein, shown in a 1943 ink catalog: Miss Le Gatees, Mr Rafkin, Mr Keningbeck, Mr Lackboughs, Lady Dawn, Mrs Von Eckley, Mr Sheppards, Mr Dafoe, Mr Canfields, Mr Stalwart, Mr Sandsfort, Mr Leopolde, Mr DeHaviland, Mr Blaketon, Miss Stanfort, Miss Packgope, Miss Fajardose, Mrs Saint-Delafield, Mrs Blackfort, Mr Sopkin, Mr Sheffield, Miss Lankfort, Herr Von Muellerhoff, Dr Sugiyama, Dr Carbfred. (Note: Soft Horizon's Lainie Day (1993) is an earlier free font in the style of Lady Dawn and Mr Lackboughs). In 2011, that series was made available at Google Web Fonts.

Sudestada (2005, Sudtipos) is a handwriting script developed with Diego Giaccone. Cuisine (2005, Umbrella Type) is an informal bold script. Mousse Script (2005, Sudtipos) is based on Glenmoy, a 1932 Stephenson Blake typeface. Suave Script (2005) is a 4am jazz bar script. Ministry (2005) is related in style but less funky, Chocolate (2005) is for sales ads, and Cenizas (2005, with Angel Koziupa) is straight from an old manuscript.

Whomp (2006, Umbrella) was based on a partial sign-painting font by Alf Becker (1930s), and so was Buffet Script (2006, Sudtipos). Affair (2006, Umbrella) is swashy and calligraphic, while Candy Script (2007) and its italic version Sugar Pie (2011) are based on Argentina's market lettering. Galgo Script (2007) is a brush calligraphic font based on a design of Angel Koziupa.

Burgues Script (2007) is an ornate calligraphic script based on the lettering of calligraphy teacher Louis Madarasz (1859-1910) (award at TDC2 2008). Burgues Script, Adios Script (2008: it won an award at TDC2 2009), Feel Script and Sugar Pie all won awards at Tipos Latinos 2008.

Sinfonieta (2006) and Buffet Script are fifties style connected scripts. Feel Script (2007) is based on lettering that calligrapher and logo designer Rand Holub created in 1950 and that was subsequently captured in Intertype's typeface Monterey (1958). Some letterforms were redrawn from vintage American magazine ads (some by Holub himself), Cuisine (2008, food advertising script), Pronto (2008, comic book style, by Alejandro Paul and Angel Koziupa), Grover (2004, rounded sans family), Grover Slab (2004). Burgues Script, Adios Script, Feel Script and Sugar Pie all won awards at Tipos Latinos 2008. Calgary Script (2008, Umbrella) is a pure signpainting job.

Accolades from all typophiles for his calligraphic wunderkind, Compendium (2008).

The 2009 haul: Sugar Pie (signage font), Bravissima Script, Theorem (upright semi-script).

Speaker at ATypI 2009 in Mexico City.

The year 2010 starts off with a bang, five awards at Tipos Latinos 2010: a grand prize for Brownstone Sans, and four standard awards, for Semilla, Kewl Script (for food packaging and store windows), Calgary Script, and for Business Penmanship.

Typefaces from 2010 include the baseball lettering typeface Fan Script and the tattoo script face Piel Script (piel=skin), which was influenced by Burgues Script and more remotely by showcard lettering by B. Boley (1930s, Sign of the Times Magazine). Piel Script won an award at Tipos Latinos 2012.

In 2011, he and Koziupa made the fat signage typeface Aventura and Viento (a grunge version of their earlier 2004 face, Brisa).

He added one retro connected signage font to the Filmotype collection in 2012, called Filmotype Kitten (original from 1955). Filmotype Zephyr (2012) is an italic roman formal script. Filmotype Yukon (2012) is inspired by the classic Palmer style of penmanship.

Storefront (2012) is a swashy signage typeface based on an incomplete alphabet by Alf Becker.

His signage script typeface Hipster Script won an award in the TDC 2012 competition and at Tipos Latinos 2012.

Typefaces from 2013: Rolling Pen (a connected script that recalls the business penmanship genre), Bellissima Script (based on a copperplate calligraphic alphabet from Bellezas de la Caligrafía by Ramón Stirling, 1844).

In 2014, he helped Panco Sassano, a lettering artist and illustrator from Mar del Plata, who designed the wide connected semi-calligraphic handwriting typeface Horizontes Script (Horizontes subsequently won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016). Still in 2014, he published the fat packaging or signage script Bowling Script, which is based on Freely Drawn Italic, a non-font alphabet by Ernst Bentele (1953).

In 2015, Alejandro Paul, Yani Arabena and Guille Vizzari combined forces in the signage script typeface Quotes (Script+Caps) (2015, Sudtipos).

Merengue Script (2015, with Panco Sassone) is a fun creamy script, ideal for pastry shops, tea rooms or supermarkets.

Steak (2016) is a connected vintage signage script based on an Alf Becker design.

Envelove (2017) is a script typeface family consisting of Script, Icons, and Caps, designed at Sudtipos by Yani Arabena, Guille Vizzari, and Alejandro Paul. Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 of a type design award for Envelove.

Still in 2017, Guille Vizzari and Alejandro Paul co-designed the great Moleskine notebook-inspired typeface family Proprietor. Proprietor comes in Script, Icon, Deco, Wide, Open and Roman styles. It won an award at Tipos Latinos 2018.

Rigatoni (2017): A skyline didone based on mid-20th century example by Eugen Nerdinger.

Bibliophile Script (2017). A pair of copperplate calligraphic typefaces.

Fixture (2018: a 72-font grotesk family published by Sudtipos).

Newbery Sans Pro (2018). A simple workhorse sans typeface family that is inspired by German industrial design and the lettering of Eugen Nerdinger.

Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 of a type design award for Tennis Set, Bibliophile Script, French Bulldog, Envelove, La Taqueria, and Speakeasy Set (a collection of (copperplate) script, sans, modern, flare and gothic substyles).

From 2019: Hot Salsa (a retro brush script; with Ximena Jimenez), Old Letterhand, Clockmaker (arts and crafts style), Steak Script (inspired by an old alphabet by Alf Becker), Address Sans Pro (a sans family inspired by Butti and Novarese). In 2019, Alejandro Freitez and Claire Menager, under the art directoship of Alejandro Paul, designed the multistyle wood type look / Western / Victorian / reverse stress / hyper-decorative Presley Slab.

Typefaces from 2020: Apothicaire (a wonderful quaint serif family in the frivolous didone genre; three variable fonts, 16 styles in all), Inglesa (a penmanship script), Dilemma, Dilemma Serif (Dilemma is a sans/serif type system with 42 styles; it is inspired by the anonymous Polyphème, Cyclopéen and Extra Condensé designs from the early 1900s at the Peignot Fonderie; two variable fonts are included), Sporty Pro (a large sports / athletics font family).

Typefaces from 2021: Plethora (an 18-style family and two variable fonts that build on Julius Herriet's Old Style Ornamented for Bruce Type Foundry; Alejandro added various frills, ligatures, weights, exaggerating in true Victorian spirit), Magari (a fat face or Normande; Alejandro likens it to Italian classics of the 19th century though), Regional (27 styles, plus variable styles). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alex Dominguez

Creator of the free Victorian typeface Organic Fruit (2012: lower case only). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Traian Munteanu
[Zeppelin Graphics]

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Alexander Samburov
[Lurex Design]

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Alexander Sperl

German designer (aka laynecom) at FontStruct in 2008 of band, blokk_2, maiden, substance, Fette Serif (fat, octagonal), Runde Pixelig, Velvet, Thin Sans, Constr, Clear Serif, Blokk.

Added in 2009: Russisch Brot, Block Out (3d face, +Filled1, + Filled2), Bold Stencil Sans, Script Pixelig, Dorky Corners Sans, Haus der Kunst (inspired by the building in München by that name), Fraktur Test, Fette Sans (nice), Emilia, Runde Pixelig (pixel script).

Creations in 2010: Fraktur Test, The Plot (octagonal, architectural), 80s Metal Band, Fieldwork Font (pixel), Black Metal, I slabbed the Seriff, Play (curly face).

Creations in 2011: Obvious Stencil (Bauhaus, or piano key), Supercali (a psychedelic font inspired by the cover for A.R. Kane's "I"), Manuale (with straight slabs; +Manuale Giocoso, 2012), Graphite (fat and rounded), Graphite 2, Hinterland Italic (quaint Victorian face).

From 2012: Linea Fraktur (extended in 2013 to Linea Runde), Black Organic (spiky blackletter), Green Organic (a spurred blackletter), Standard Sans, Modular Blackout Bold Condensed, Viva Las Vegas, Helios, Faux Pas Serif (Egyptian typeface), Nova Thin Extended (this hairline sans is a tour de force---it is the first successful hairline sans typeface ever made by anyone using FontStruct), Bencraft.

Fonts from 2013: Meadow Bold, Lush Capitals, SwiftStroke, Its Slab To Be Square, Mellow Doubt, Ligure Black, Beige Organic, Trafo, Trafo Evolution, Codester Mono (a programming font), Swash Buckle, Nova Thin Extended (a hairline sans), Meson Sans, Burgwald Exquisite Bold Condensed, Editoriale, Coalescimen, A La Carte, Hampton Italic, Baby Elephant (fat grotesque).

Fonts from 2014: Terminal One (a basic sans), Fanomino, Fontris (like Tetris), Schlaraffenland (+Variant: great rounded sans family), Crystalline, Tick Brush, Manuale Neue Bold, Terminal One, Sanspura, Italics Study, Mundane Black Extended, Heavy Grain, Wineshop Stencil, Folds and Rhizones, Viva Las Inline.

Fonts from 2015: Augustine, Coleridge, Framtid, Licht-Sans, Quire-Bold, Quire, Static-Grotesk, Tattoo-Parlour, The-Gift-Serif, Tuileries-Black, Usual-Type, Ziseleur, Zungenschlag, Blackesteverblack.

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Alexandra Leopoldovna Gophmann

Russian designer of typefaces who collaborates with Ivan Zeifert and specializes in revivals, cyrillizations and beautiful digitizations, some of them done with Anatole Gophmann. There have been complaints about her practice of borrowing fonts from type designers without asking. One typophile writes: I have cracked open fonts she claims as hers, Bolero, Bickham and others, she has copied and pasted glyphs, copyright data, added Cyrillic and changed the copyright string. As an example, Angelica is a copy of Alejandro Paul's Miss Fajardose. Alejandro has drawn the numerals in his font in 2004 to accompany the letters found in an old catalog of alphabets. There is no other source of the numerals, and Angelica has them. Michael Clark writes: I initiated a battle with the illustrious Alexandra "Bitch" from Russia who has renamed Pouty (FontBureau) and copyrighted [it as] Bolero. She and her partner Anatoly shithead. Available on Fonts101.com for anyone who wants it free. The ass's site, Jagdesh, is in Pakistan and we cannot touch him. 260+ viewings and 140+ downloads. Let's see that is 1400$ I will never see! Others have complained as well about her practice of taking and extending fonts without permission. Anyway, her "fonts" are:

  • A: Adine_Kirnberg (2005, the Cyrillic version), Advokat Modern (2008), Afisha, Afisha Cap, Agatha-Modern, AlexandraScript, Amadeus, American Text C, American-Retro (2008), Ametist [based on Lorelei] (2008), AmpirDeco, Andantino-script (2008), Andantinoscript, Anfisa Grotesk (2008), Angelica, Annabelle, Antikvar (2008), Antikvar Shadow (2008), Antonella Script (2008), Antonella Script X (2008), Antract, Aquarelle, Ariadnascript, Ariston-Normal, Arkadia (2008), Arkhive, Arlekino, Art-Decoretta (2008), Art-Decorina (2008), Art-Metropol, Art-Nouveau Initial (2008), Art-Nouveau1895, Art-Nouveau1895-Contour, Art-Nouveau1900, Art-Nouveau1910, Art-Victorian (2008), ArtNouveau-Bistro, ArtNouveau-Cafe, Artemis Deco (2008), Artemon (2008, psychedelic), Arthur Gothic, Artist-Modern, Astoria Deco (2008), Atlas Deco A (2008), Atlas Deco B (2008), Auction, Augusta One, Augusta Two, AvalonMedium.
  • B: Ball-Point Pen, Bankir-Retro, Barocco Floral Initial (2008), Barocco Initial (2008), Baron Munchausen, Batik Deco (2008), Belukha, BelukhaCapital, BickhamScriptAltFour, BickhamScriptAltOne, BickhamScriptAltThree, BickhamScriptAltTwo, BickhamScriptOne, BickhamScriptThree, BickhamScriptTwo, Birusa (2008), Bodoni Initials (2008), Boleroscript, Bonapart-Modern, Briolin, Brokgauz&Efron, Brokgauz&Efron-Italic.
  • C: Caberne, Cafe Paris C, Calligraph-Medium, Campanella (2008), Capitol Deco (2008), Carmen, Carolina, Casanova (art nouveau) (2008), Cassandra, Castileo (2008), Certificate of Birth (2008), Chocogirl (2008), ClassicDecor (ornaments), Classica-One (2008), Classica-Two (2008), Cleopatra (2008), Conkordia (2008), Cordeballet, Corinthia, Corleone, CorleoneDue.
  • D: Dama Bubey (grunge) (2008), Debut (art deco in the style of Broadway) (2008), Decadance Cursiv (2007), Decor Initial (2009: decorative caps, a Cyrillic extension of a typeface by Pampa Type), Decor Line (2008), DeutschGothic (blackletter), Donaldina (2008).
  • E: Edisson (blackletter), Egipet-Bold, Ekaterina_Velikaya_One (2005), Ekaterina_Velikaya_Two (2005), English Rose (2008), EnglishScript, EseninscriptOne, EseninscriptTwo, Evgenia Deco (2008).
  • F: Fairy Tale (2008), Fantasia (2008), Fata Morgana, Favorit, Favorit Grotesk (2008), Flamingo (2008), Fortuna Gothic FlorishC (2009, blackletter).
  • G: Geisha (2006), Gertruda Victoriana (2008), Globus (2006), Gloriascript, Goudy Decor InitialC (2009, ornamental caps), Goudy Decor ShodwnC, Goudy OrnateC, Graceful Mazurka (2008).
  • H: HeatherScriptOne, HeatherScriptTwo, HeinrichText, Hogarth_script (2005).
  • I: Isabella-Decor, Italy-A (2008), Italy-B (2008), Izis One (monoline sans), Izis Two.
  • K: Kabriolet Decor (2009), Kamelia (2009, Victorian face), Kareta-A (2007), Kareta-B (2008), KarnacOne, KarnacTwo, Konkord-Retro, Konrad-Modern (2008), Konstrukto-Deco (2008) (2008), Kot Leopold (2008), Kumparsita.
  • L: Lastochka (2008), Le Grand, Leokadia Deco (2008), Lombardia, Lombardina One, Lombardina Two, Lombardina-Initial-One (2008), Lombardina-Initial-Two (2008), Lombardina-One-Roman (2008), Lombardina-Two (2008), Ludvig_van_Bethoveen (sic) (2005).
  • M: Majestic X-2, Majestic-, MajesticX, Malahit-Bold, Margaritascript, Marianna, MarkizdeSadscript, MartaDecor One and Two, MartaDecorTwo, Martina Script C, Masquerade (2008), Matilda, Matreshka, Maya (2008), Medieval English, Melange Nouveau (2008), Menuetscript, Metro Modern, Metro Retro B (2008), Metro Retro C (2008), Metro-Retro A (2008), ModernistNouveau, ModernistOne, ModernistThree, ModernistTwo, ModernoNouveau, ModernoOne, ModernoThree, ModernoTwo, Modestina (Victorian), Mon Amour Two (both jointly copyrighted with David Rakovsky) (2008), Mon Amoure One (2008), Monte-Carlo, Monte-Kristo, Monti-Decor A B, Moonlight, Moonstone, Moonstone Stars, Morpheus, Moulin Rouge (2008).
  • N: Nocturne (2005), Nostalgia (2008).
  • O: Old Comedy, OldBoutique, Olietta-script-BoldItalic (2008), Olietta-script-Lyrica-BoldItalic (2008), Olietta-script-Poesia-BoldItalic (2008), Orpheus, Ouverture Script (2004, calligraphic).
  • P: Parisian, Picaresque One, Picaresque-Two (2008), Pilotka (2008), Plimouth, Port-Arthur (2008), Poste Retro (2008), Postmodern One, Postmodern Two, Promenad Deco (2008), Prospect-Deco (2008), Pudelina (2008), Pudelinka (2008).
  • R: Red Sunset, Regina Kursiv (2008), Renaldo Modern, Rochester, RochesterLine, RockletterSimple, RockletterTransparent, Romantica Script, Romashka Deco (2008), Romashulka (2008), Rondo Ancient One (2008), Rondo Ancient Two (2008), Rondo Calligraphic (2008), Rondo Twin (2008), Rosa Marena, Rosalia (2008), RosamundaOne-Normal, RosamundaTwo, Rotterdam, Rubius, Rurintania (sic) (2005).
  • S: Samba DecorC (2006), San Remo, Sapphire C (2008), Scriptorama (a clone of Scriptina), Secession-Afisha, Sevilla Decor X, SevillaDecor, Sladkoeshka (2008), Stereovolna (2008), Stereovolna Black (2008), Stradivari Script (2008), Stradivari Script [the Latin part copyrighted by Grosse Pointe Group] (2008), Stravinski Deco (2008).
  • T: Taverna, Teddy Bear [Latin by House Industries] (2008), Telegraph, TelegraphLine, TelegraphShodwn, TelegraphSmall, Terpsichora (2008, psychedelic), Theater (2009, Victorian), Theater Afisha, Topaz, Trafaret Kit (2008), Trafaret Kit Hatched (2008), Trafaret Kit Transparent (stencil) (2008), Traktir-Modern, Traktir-Modern3-D, Traktir-ModernContour, Turandot.
  • V: Valentina (2008), Variete (2008), VenskiSadTwo-Medium, VenskisadOne-Medium, Vera Crouz, VeronaGothic (blackletter), VeronaGothicFlourishe (blackletter), Veronica-script-One (2008), Veronica-script-Two (2008), Victorian-Gothic-One (2007), Victorian-Gothic-Two (2008), Victoriana, Vizit (2010, engraved face).
  • W: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (2005), Wonderland (2008), Wonderland Star (2008).
  • Z: ZanerianTwo, [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexey Markin

Russian graphic designer who created AM Racy (2017), the Victorian (Latin) typeface AM Fame (2017) and the display typeface AM Consist (2017). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alfie

A Victorian typeface from before 1964. Bauer (Stuttgart) and Berthod (Berlin) show an outline version of this typeface in their catalogs called Alexandra. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Algerian: The typeface

Various implementations of Stephenson and Blake's Algerian (1911) exist. Algerian is reminiscent of 19th century woodcut types and suggests the Victorian era. Modern versions were made by Philip Kelly at Letraset in 1968, and by Alan Meeks in 1988. In the early digital era, thee is a Letraset font, Algerian, and renamed early digital fonts OPTI Achilles (Castcraft) and Alfredo (SoftMaker). There are also Algerian [1994, URW++], Algerian Condensed [Linotype], Algerian Condensed [1988, Alan Meeks for ITC], Algerian EF [Elsner+Flake; based on Philip Kelly's version from 1968], Algerian Mesa [FontMesa], and Tavern [2017, FontMesa]. Tavern (2017), by Michael hagemann at FontMesa, is by far the most extensive collection of fonts. It includes every possible alternate glyph that ever existed for Algerian. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alit Design (or: Gurita Hitam)
[Alit Suarnegara]

A graduate of Institut Seni Indonesia Denpasar Bali who is based in Denpasar, Bali, Alit Suarnegara (Gurita Hitam, b. 1986, Denpasar) created these typefaces:

  • 2022: Boiller (a 14-style Peignotian sans).
  • 2021: Mybook Again (a great swashy calligraphic script meant for romantic events), Radja Lover (a calligraphic font with hairline connectors), Brohoney (a 13-style text family), Two Race (a race car font family), Piersob (a very wide display sans reminiscent of the old Porsche logo font), Black Mild (Victoriana), Decondor (a 14-style delicate mini-serif), Gathell (a 13-style fashion mag serif), Hero Beam (spurred, Victorian), Vaclice Script, Nokarin (a bold calligraphic script), Horseboy Boots (Western, with terminals that emulate hooves), Mokgech (blackletter), Sutray (a rather formal upright script), Mister Honey (Tuscan), Nandola (a fine calligraphic script), Bungker (a layerable hand-drawn slab serif), Brolimo (a 14-style Peignotian sans), Takashimura (a Japanese emulation font), Bunker (a layerable marquee font family), Dronefly, Miloner (a 14-style fashion mag serif), Mono and Friends (handcrafted and rounded), Roby Soho (a simple flared display sans in 12 styles), Saihat (emulating Arabic calligraphy), Gofienda (a calligraphic script), Rusty Store (Victoriana), Chalk and Friend (a sketched typeface), Grunge Decade (art nouveau), Kenoky Coffekan (a 15-style decorative sans and script duo), Botaky and Botaky Script (a wavy display font), Hidrofont (vintage), Roller Alika, Mistic (a decorative serif), Burgie (14 styles: an ink-trapped swashy and inky display serif), Hand Real (a thin monolinear script), Assox (a reverse contrast Tuscan typeface), Balian (a textured typeface that is based on Balinese carvings), Handy Quomte (calligraphic), Brohillo (a display serif).
  • 2020: Karmila, Shary (a 52-style sci-fi sans font that could also be useful in sports), Brave Eighty One (techno, squarish), Mollas (a decorative serif), Crying, Milk and Balls (a 28-style display typeface with rhombic tittles, wedge serifs and razor blade edges---the connection with milk or balls will forever remain mysterious), Boiling, Mallent (brush script), Bemalla (script), Marons (a script/serif hybrid).
  • 2019: Black Quality (inline, vintage), Caibojog (watercolor brush), Bonillo, Balimoon, Mofita, Nahye, Pintgram, Subscriber, Lovina Script , Bolehdong (script), Zamrack, Melloner, Melloner Fun, Beautiful Lovina, Localghost (a signature script).
  • 2018: Controwell (a Victorian script and text collection), Raustila, Rollete Qaku (dry brush), Norffo, Nermola Scripcy Font, Braton Composer.
  • 2017: the script typefaces Rumble Brave Script (as part of the vintage typeface Rumble Brave), Mellony (2017: dry brush script), Raph Lanok (brush style), Jandys, Jandys Dua, Billy Ohio (2017: dry brush), Localghost and Valledofas, and the vintage tattoo typeface Young Heart.
  • 2016: the thin connected script typeface Mooglonk, the signage script Altoys, the decorative didone Florva, the connected script typefaces Asfrogas, Rofitaste (brush style), Qarvic (a sans), Qarvic Icon, Morva (a decorative didone), Young Heart (a free vintage typeface with spurs), and Brushgyo.
  • 2015: Bromello (brush script), Vroffloow (in script and sans styles), Godfeem, Mooglonk, Floren (a display serif), Lawasth, Mooglonk Serif, the brush typeface The Faino, the tattoo font Alitide, the watercolor brush typefaces Roomfer and Norffo, the connect-the-dots typeface Circle Line, and Kemayu.
  • 2014: the beveled typeface Piramid.
  • 2013: the spurred signage typeface Starck.

Creative Market link. Another Creative Market link. Dafont link. Graphicrier link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alit Suarnegara
[Alit Design (or: Gurita Hitam)]

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Aliv Pandu
[Sehat Co (or: Duasatu)]

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Ally Takyudin
[Sundawani]

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Almarkha Type
[Abdul Malik Wisnu]

Indonesian designer of the brush script Sometimes (2019), the high contrast serif typeface Quakiez (2019), the serif typeface Romerio (2019), the condensed all caps piano key typeface Romestone (2019), and the script typefaces Cherolina (2019), Photorichies (2019), Photography Script (2019), Retrochips (2019), Mountecarlo (2019: monoline), Beautinela (2019: monoline), Ophelie (2019, Script+Sans), Denalova (2019), Shelline (2019), and Mathelline (2019).

Typefaces from 2020: Banana Juice, Bella Sweety, Bubble Bobble (a bubblegum font), Dear Sunshine, Oatlander (retro baseball script), Sweet Purple, Monieta (an inky and creamy rabbit ear script), Orange Milk (a playful handcrafted typeface), Rockbitz (a children's book font), Seathera, Avocado Creamy, Bolyvina, Charlie Angela (an inky calligraphic script), Lovemy, Chadelova (an enhanced script), Grumbear, The Mezirane, Charlotte Amalie, Crash Soul (a dry brush script), Costiera (a dry brush script), Handestonie (a monoline script), Mentality (a signage script), Technovier (a monolinear squarish sans), Antiquesta (a dry brush script), Belgium Catherine, Cronisse (a display serif), Pronave (an all caps display typeface), Uniser (condensed all caps sans), Westack (a display serif), Avone (a stencil serif), The Roletta (a dry brush script), Waluxe (a fashion mag all caps sans with flared stems), Dear Sunshine, Mikalotta (poster script), Walker Knight (a vintage all caps typeface), Towards (stencil), Cronisse (a decorative serif), Avaneonz (a neon font), The Heista Killer (a dry brush horror font), Someone (a dry brush font), Vicenza (an all caps skyline font), Bristone (a wide sans in six styles; perhaps for car tire ads), Shutterlocks (a dry brush script), Romantics (a creamy script), Revoxa, Yippie Yeah, Wonderful Day (calligraphic), Girly (a girly script), Kamelitta (a wild curvy script), Roadstore (a spurred vintage all caps typeface), Springloved (a paper cutout typeface and a a fine inline poster font), Saturated, Choxr, Blackheat (a super condensed all caps sans), Retrohols, Alibabe, Lordcorps (an octagonal sports or military font; with a stencil style), Headcorps (a sports shirt or military stencil font), Pineforest (with soft spurs), Airborne 86 (a military stencil), Orchide (a dry brush script), Beneficha (wild calligraphy), Radens (a retro bold signage script), Brokenz (a heavy condensed sans), Delninoys (a playful sans), Lorenza (sans), Elcatraz (Mexican simulation font), Hubby Bunny, Rosadetta (script), Swingsnug, Chickens Lovers, Rollinkland, Grumbear, Bubble Bobble (a bubblegum font), Blackheat (a heavy ultra condensed typeface), Brokenz (a muscular display sans), Lorenza (a fashion mag sans), Belgium Catherine (a signature script), Amazed Breath (script), Rockmore (a brush script), Empirez (an octagonal slab serif sports font), Amazed Breath.

Typefaces from 2021: Neurock (pure sci-fi), The Cheelaved (spurred, Victorian), Headbears (a sports font), The Antique (a vintage typeface), Vespalogy (a vintage display font), Bestorika (a decorative serif by Abdul Malik Wisnu and Rivo Adriansyah), Quakerhack (a rough brush font), Balietta (a flowing script), Brothery (a retro signage script), Beauticella (a signature script), Glamorez (a luxurious serif), Reloaded (a military stencil font), Austragen (a bold sharp-edged display typeface), Bearetta (script), Keawneta (a display font), Racerz (a speed font), Stangith (a decorative serif co-designed with Rivo Adriansyah), Quick Letter (a wide signature script), Arcinoll (a graffiti font), Charlie Brocklin (a thin signature script), Retrolight (a multiline neon sign typeface), Mokalatte (a wild script), Thugolatz (an all caps typeface with many interlocking ligatures), Author Think (a signature script), Bionetha (calligraphic), Bouncyland (a stylish wild script), Little Knight (a scrapbook typeface), The Brushentica (a beautiful dry brush script), The Soulmate (a dry brush script), Bettawork (a dry brush script), Philips Dutcher (a signature script), Recons (a techno font), Heezpiero (futuristic), Milky Quaker (a playful supermarket font), Rostemary (a fat finger font), Therestone (a Flintstone font), The Checkmate, Chick Chack (a heavy rushed script), Retroman (an Italian Western font), Brown House (a national park font), Emeralde Chamerions (a serif and script duo), Redzein (an octagonal slab serif), Rostera (a bold script), Sketchup (a sketched font), Thealiens (a condensed all caps sans), Williesh (a meaty display serif), Amazing Sweety (a scrapbook font), Heellaaz (an all caps children's book font), Almeira, Americans Classy, The Corps 86 (a military stencil), Brexo (a techno font with solid and stencil versions), Romeline (a scrapbook font), Yippie Yeah (a rounded monolinear marker pen font), Avaneonz (a neon or paperclip font), Sangira (a stylish serif), The Blackheads (a bold script), Kandaline, Marinaga (a creamy brush script), Mochalosta (script), Morning Sweety, Rockmore (a bold script), Deloire (a 4-style all caps sans), Montelova (script), Quinger (a monolinear decorative serif), Wonderella, Wonderful Sunset, Bellachia (a scrapbook script), Choxr (a very condensed all caps sans), Keepsmile (a rounded children's book font), Lovely Sweetie (a scrapbook font), Melanista (a wild script), Rollinkland (a brush font), Bellamona (a monolinear script), Bettanesia (handwriting), Bonalisha (script), Overwave (wavy), Beautimy (a wild script), Melatie (a wild script), Memorita (a wild script), The Handnature (a Treefrog script), Heinch (a 5-style all caps sans), Sweetie Banana (a scrapbook script), Sweetie Moment (a wild calligraphic script), The Dear (a retro script), Winterline (a wild script), Young Evaline (a signature script), Salt + Pepper, Sindenetta (a signature script), Autumnilla, Bella Ciao, Rosadetta (a wild calligraphic script), Saturated (a wild calligraphic script), Wondiletta, Bubblez, Lovely Orange, Milkalotta, Luxoorea (a stylish fashion-model-skinny all caps typeface), Momotako (a paper cutout font), Neonblitz (a neon font), Unione Force (an octagonal sports or military font; with a stencil style), Westman (a Western font), Delamoore (an all caps high-contrast display serif), Delaproza (an all caps display serif), Kinglead (a cartoonish font), Modesfa (an all caps display serif), Hexore (a slab serif), Deluxes (a stylish display sans), Kenzomaru (an oriental brush font), Lumbero (wooden plank font), Pineforest (a Victorian label or sign painting font), Beneficha (a wild calligraphic script), Brokenz (a bold condensed sans), Orchide (a dry brush script), Revoxa (a 4-style sans), Romantics (script), Schein (a sans and slab serif pair), Someone (a dry brush script), Towards (a minimalist stencil font), Averox (a futuristic all caps sans), Chicken Lovers (a playful informal font), Hubby Bunny (a cute display sans), Swingsnug (an informal monolinear sans).

As Typotypea?refby=m">Typotypea, he published the script typeface Manthoels (2020) and the roman all caps typeface Stinker (2020).

Typefaces from 2021 published by Gassstype but made by Abdul Malik Wisnu: Ruthless (a heavy dry brush font), Timeless Nature (script), Unranked (a rough mural font). Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alphabet Agency Font Foundry
[Jonathan Swinn]

Aka Alphabet Agency and Alphabet Agent. Jon (or Jonathan) Swinn is based in Preston, UK. He designed these typefaces in 2014: Hellfire, Halberdier, Norseman, Order of Calatrava, Lancaster Castle, Santa Rosa (ornamental caps), Arcade, Captain Regular, Captain Shipwreck, Strobe Stencil, Gunslinger (spurred Western font), Street Stencil (+Overspray, +Grime), Abandoned Saloon Font (Western typeface).

In 2015, he made the free speed-themed sports font Top Speed, the baseball logo font Benchmark, the tattoo font Hellfire Club and the decorative caps typeface Santa Rosa.

Typefaces from 2016: Rangers (spurred), Four Potato Farm, Peacemaker (spurred family), Potato Farm, Hammer & Anvil, Mughals (Victorian), Mughals Distressed, Zero 2 Sixty (speed emulation techno font), Neodigital (free; inside the font we find the date 2012 though).

Typefaces from 2017: College Champions (a varsity font), Toronto Display (chamfered), Homeplate Font Duo, Megapowerz (all caps, cartoon or comic book style typeface), Physico (techno), Gamerica (beveled techno typeface), Monster Truck, Shift (a technical speed emulation font), Urban Tribe (grungy stencil).

Typefaces from 2018: Ice Champs, Baseball Champs, Pro Hockey Champs.

Typefaces from 2019: Cicero, Sports Headline (an octagonal sports font), Outline 99.

Typefaces from 2020: Iron Lake (a Tuscan pioneer font), Iron Lake Rough, They Live (a paint brush font), Gamebred, Glitch Esports, Doomsday, Nextgen Athletic, Nextgen Solid.

Typefaces from 2021: Cicero Series (a mechanical typeface in the style of old wood types), Benchmark2 (vintage, spurred), Pro League 2000 (a 6-style sports font), Captain Tall Ship (a Victorian typeface with concave outlines), Nexgen SLD (a 6-style mechanical industrial octagonal font family), Block Brush (a sketched SVG font), Hallowevil (a Halloween font), Preds, Resiliency (18 styles), VSB, Old Jersey (a sports font).

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Alter Deco Type foundry
[Adit Saputra]

Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based designer Adit Saputra set up Alter Deco Type foundry in 2013. He created the spurred Victorian typefaces The Famous Typeface (2013), Midnight Show (2013), Heister (2013), Cardiman Script (2013), Epique (2013), Holden (2013), Long March (2013), Dialog (2013), Big Lodge (2013), Jack Runner (2013, spurred), Shoutest (a Western circus font), Old Opera (2013) and AI Trashed (2013, free download).

Other typefaces: Haimdale (2013, Victorian), Hamdall (2013), Chevia (2013), Chevitz (2013, roman caps), Shakehand (2014), Harmonique (2014), Knight Guard (2014), Hydenia (2014), Monopolish (2014), Antiqueen (2014), Samathor (2014), Sea Horse (2014), Phillnesia (2014, spurred), Relative (2014: a multiline custom typeface for Addthisrock Studio), Dubster (2014: a multiline typeface), Orbital (2014: a multiline custom typeface for Addthisrock Studio), Apparecum (2014), Handster (2015), Mermaid (2015: Victorian), Roasted (2015), Run (2015, spurred), Movember (2015), Bhaltazar (2015, eroded medieval font), Arthur (2015, rounded and handcrafted), Aberden (2015), Boulden (2015, rounded spurred typeface family, including letterpress emulation styles), Mouthen (2015).

Typefaces from 2016: Strongwill (Victorian), Cyanide, Handland.

Dafont link. Creative Market link, where one can buy the fonts. Another Creative Market link. Graphic River link. Behance link. Yet another Behance link. Designs Net link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amera Type
[Cahyadi Ikhsan]

Banduung, Indonesia-based type foundry, set up in 2020 by a designer who was born in 1995. In 2020, Amera Type released the mini-serifed all caps typeface AT Askara.

Typefaces from 2021: AT Hazchel (decorative roman caps), AT Glanela (a bold vintage display serif), Avalaqus (a vintage family with sans, serif and (spurred) decorative substyles). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Amir Subqi Setiaji
[Blank Sub (or: Subqi; or: Blankids; was: Bombas Type)]

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Amondo Szegi
[FONTana Typestudio]

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Amtypes (was: TypeWolves, Amtypefoundry, or Try and Error)
[Angga Mahardika]

Bandung, Indonesia-based designer of the angular signage typeface Lawson (2014), the Victorian signage typeface Houden HTN (2014), the paint brush typeface Valerie (2014), and the ironwork typeface Pipeburn (2014).

In 2015, Angga made the hand-painted typeface Hellous, the handcrafted Belion, Haste, Seafool and Teaters, the brush typefaces She Lovely, Stay Bold and Rainfall, the great rough brush typeface Harvest, the calligraphic (wedding script?) Judy, the brush face Tropica Island, and the script typeface Callera.

Typefaces from 2016: Badhorse, Burtons Script, Heats, East Coast, Happy Boys, Bird House, Sailor (a vintage rounded letterpress emulation typeface in solid and rough versions), Alloha (brush script).

Typefaces from 2017: Cinamon (brush script), Blackships (Victorian), Explode (a fresh all caps sans layered typeface), Black Gate, Cup Cakes, Wildest Script, Buffalo.

Typefaces from 2018: Hellios (a signature script), Haste, Sunborn Sans, Sunborn Script, Bright, Sweet Belly, Cortez (octagonal), Silver Stone (a vintage Western font), Sumo Book.

Typefaces from 2019: Masquerouge.

Behance link. Creative Market link. Cargo Collective link. Behance link for Try and Error Studio. Creative Market link for Amtypefoundry. Creative Market link for Type Wolves. Behance link for Type Wolves. Creative Market link for Amtypes. Graphicriver link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amy Greenan

Co-designer with Christina Torre and Richard Kegler of P22 Victorian Gothic (2000), which was based on a typeface called Atlanta. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amy Lyons

Raleigh, NC-based designer of Isabel (2017, a brush font) and Stately (2016: a Victorian style typeface). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ana Natalia
[Lyth Creative (or: Iyanatha)]

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Andika Setiawan
[Dikas Studio]

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Andinistas
[Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero]

Bogotá-based Colombian graphic design studio and type foundry Andinistas was founded in 1998 by Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero, Lennyn Salinas, Mariangeles Valero, Juan Carlos Valero, Jorge Alexander Camargo Guerrero, Rafael Rincón, and Jordi Teres. It was first located in Caracas, Venezuela, but moved in 2003 to Bogotá, Colombia. New names in its organization include Alexander Moreno. Many of its designers are Venezuelan.

Among their typefaces: Nikona, Magola (2008, puffy script), Angelita, Pepelepu, Zerotipo, Skuke, Retro, Radio Bemba, Pumarosa, Pr1, Oficia, Nativa, Mongol (free), Lirrot, Leroy (1999-2008, computer screen stripes), Leroy Dingbats (1998-2008), Hiroformica, Hibrida, Guerilla, Guerilla Outline, Gruada, Gancho Petare, Escuedra, Esbelta, DSNett, dia-D, Download, Denego, Cristal, Codiga, Codiga Icon, Codiga Destroy, Codiga Codec, Chacao Petare, Cazon Gothic, Boa, Biol, Ave-cedario, Anaira.

Cazon (2007, Camargo Guerrero) is a family of calligraphic origin consisting of 7 styles: Gris, Negra, Uno, Dos, Tres, Dingbats A and B and is based on the paintbrush letters found in the popular markets of La Guaira, Caracas. This family won an award in the experimental typeface category at Tipos Latinos 2008. Lirrot (2007) is a 6-style grunge handwriting typeface bordering on the psychotic, and comes with Lirrot Dingbats. It too won an award at Tipos Latinos 2008.

PP Lepu (1998-2008) is pixel grunge. Josefina (+Dingbats1) is a curly script also made in 2008. Navaja (2008) and Diad are collections of grunge fonts with grungy dingbats. Lucrecia 1 through 3 (2008) is a fat connected script family ranging from clean to splattered.

Telesforo (2008) radiates anger from its brushy grungy limbs. Telesforo Black won an award at Tiupos Latinos 2012. Ninja 1 and Ninja 2 (2008) are script fonts, and are accompanied by Ninja Dingbats (2008). Dsnet (2008) is a 6-style bare-bones rounded squarish family. Flaminia and Flaminia Dingbats (2008) are useful for food-related signage. Modelia (2008) is thick, informal, and looks like it was brushdrawn. Modelia won an award at Tipos Latinos 2010. Filomena (2008) is a brush family with a goth theme and an accompanying goth dingbats. Obdulia (2008) and Floro (2008) are extreme mural grunge fonts. Marimonda (2009) is grunge calligraphy.

Typefaces from 2012: Demetria (a hellish script), Ciclope (army stencil), Meteora (a sturdy weathered family), Kamuy (a grunge typeface, with dingbats, that links to Asian comic style lettering, and Japan in the Pacific War), Naturalia (an informal sans family).

In 2013, he made Gluten (a poster typeface family), Bengala Script (a distant relative of Mistral), Chef Script (a large signage script influenced by Ross F. George's Speedball lettering manual (1957)), Chef Script Dingbats (hilarious restaurant dings and fists), Sumergible Script.

Typefaces from 2014: Citronela (cartoon or Caribbean hotel signage font family), Bemol (a set of script fonts in craftsman style), Nemocon (creamy script), Acustica (a calligraphic Acustica Script, with didone Acustica Caps, and a decorative Acustica Dingbats), Cereal (+ Script (a vampire script), Skin and Dingbats).

Typefaces from 2015: Draw (which includes a gorgeous calligraphic Draw Script), Coffee Break (signage script family, +dingbats), Solar (a set of seven handcrafted styles).

Typefaces from 2016: Enjoy (Script, Caps).

Typefaces from 2017: Warhol (irregular scripts), Makeup (a crayon font by Carlos Guerrero and Carolina Suarez).

Typefaces from 2018: Bechamel (a delicious curly brush script), Bechamel Roman (based on the unicase letterings of the movie Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory), Stevia (script).

Typefaces from 2019: Bleak (an experimental layerable font inspired by wood type, Piet Zwart, Lissitzky and van Doesburg), Nutcake CatchWords.

Sonora won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. Combine Script and Combine Caps (layerable colorable fonts), and Nemocon, won awards at Tipos Latinos 2016. Winner at Tipos Latinos 2018 for Clothing, a titling typeface published at Andinistas by Camilo Zamora and Carlos Fabian Camargo.

Typefaces from 2020: Cherrypie (a food packaging script), Rapsodia (a decorative all-caps family with curl, spurs, Victorian details, and decadent frills).

Typefaces from 2021: Visible (an inky script family), Caribe (Script, Caps, Shields).

View the typefaces designed by Andinistas.

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Andrea Leksen
[Leksen Design]

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André Zottolo
[Artist of Design]

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Andrei Robu
[Typeverything]

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Andrew H. Leman
[E-phemera (was: HPLHS Prop Fonts, and earlier: Prop Fonts)]

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Andrew Hart

Andrew Hart is a Corona-based American digital photographer (b. 1988), who runs a small free font archive. Another archive of his. Dafont link. Another URL. Yet another URL. And still another one. And another one. And one more. His later fonts refer to SickCapital.Com.

His own fonts include Gothickella (2017, blackletter), Sailorette Tattoo (2015), Elkwood (2014, sans), Snowinter (2014, sans), Rebel Pixy (2014, tattoo script), Pride of the Young (2014, hipster style), Scribblet (2014), Tall & Slim (2014, a great tall-legged poster typeface), Tribal Threat (2014), Boldenstein (2014), Fireflies (2014), Rio Frescata (2014, curly), Alpaca Scarlett (2014), Alpaca Solidify (2014), Vanity Script (2014: a vampire script), SC Gretchin and Timmy (2013), Fun In The Jungle (2013), Pixelic War (2013), A Glitch In Time (2013), Giraffe And Co (2013, an African-themed typeface), Chameleon Dreams (2013: a fantastic wacky party typeface), Angelic Serif (2012), Angelic Peace (2012), Pyrite Script (2012), Pyrite Crypt (2012), Body Piercing And Chains (2012), Love til Killed (2012), Hollywood Capital (2012), Donaldo Regrecka (2012), Deadly Black Chain (2012), Dirt2 Copperbolt (2012, grungy copperplate), Truskey (2011, grunge), Sick Capital Kingston (2011), Full Moon On (2011), Grafitik Riot (2011, graffiti face), Electric Panda (2011), Last Draft (2011, grunge typewriter), CaliforniabyDirt2 (2010), JusticebyDirt2 (2010), SC Gum Kids (2010), SC Tinas Baby Shower (2010), Little Ryan (2010, handwriting), Sick Capital Vice (2010), Star Avenue (2009), Cute Tattoo (2009), DuerTWO (2009), Dirt2Stickler (2009), Ithornët (2009, grungy blackletter), NoXWay (2009, graffiti grunge), Skulls and Splatters (2009), Hacjiuza (2009, hand-drawn blackletter; +Dirty), Popstar Autograph (2009, comic book style script), The Quickest Shift (2009, curly script), DuerTwoo (2009, bloody horror font), Malgecito (2009, grunge), Ithornët (2009, grungy medieval pirate font), Little Bliss (2009), Loyal Fame (2009, curly script), Angelic War (2009, grunge), Soulstalker (2009, grungy blackletter), Kings of Pacifica (2009, ransom note font), GanixApec (2009), GoodPeace (2009), KatyBerry (2009), OffTheDrugs (2009), ThinFranq (2009), WILDAFRICA (2009, African-theme multiline face), St. Andrew (2009, a spray type font), Hawaii Lover (2009, grunge calligraphic script), Aristotle Punk (2009, grunge), Juicy Hunt (2009, grunge), Dead Hardy (2009, Victorian), Kate Perry (2009, fifties script), Kate Berry (2009, fifties script), Vloderstone (2009, hairline slab serif), Good Peace, Off The Drugs, Thin Franq (2009, hairline), Ganix Apec (2009, sans), Jailbox1 (2009, grunge), Blast Beat (2008), Ghosttown-BC (2008, Western style), Dead Secretary (2008, grunge), DIRT2-DEATH (2008, grunge), Robot Head (2008), Alpaca 54 (2007, grunge), Hawaii Killer (2007, Coca Cola grunge), Splinter2 (2007, grunge based on Franklin Gothic), Everyday Ghost (2007, grunge), Plague Death (2006, grunge), SEXtalk69 (2007), Screamz1 (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrey Chernevich
[Mister Chek]

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Andrey Kudryavtsev
[Andrey Kudryavtsev Type Foundry (or: AKTF)]

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Andrey Kudryavtsev Type Foundry (or: AKTF)
[Andrey Kudryavtsev]

Foundry in Irkutsk in Siberia.

Andrey Kudryavtsev designed Spacexplorer (2012), Necromant (2012), Flexy Sans (2011), Otrada (2011, signage script), Micronica (2008), a font shaped like old TV screens, Karlson (2009), Imperator (2010, a Trajan face), Alter (2010), Sommelier (2011), Alebarda (2009), Rubicon (2009) and Flexy Sans (2009).

Typefaces made in 2012 include the macho slightly flared Antey (Latin and Cyrillic) and the strong display sans typeface Tambov.

In 2013, AKTF published Softipen Script. In 2014, he created Qwincey FY (a high-contrast slightly flared almost Peignotian sans family, published by FontYou), Warren Narrow and Achille II Cyr FY (together with the Fontyou team of Alisa Nowak and Gregori Vincens).

Typefaces from 2015: Smile Pro (a fat multi-style handcrafted poster family of exceptional beauty; together with Rodrigo Araya), Ardilla Small (a rounded small x-height sans done together with Rodrigo Araya; inspired by the children's show Peppa Pig), Plumps, Antey, Crisper.

Typefaces from 2016: Pequena Pro Cyrillic (Rodrigo Typo), Robest (unicase).

Typefaces from 2017: AK Sans, Hatter Cyrillic Display (a Halloween font), La Pica (by Rodrigo Araya and Andrey Kudryavtsev), Fairystory (curly typeface), Kreker (a rounded poster sans), Stickout (comic book style).

Typefaces from 2018: Czarevitch (a Cyrillic and Cyrillic simulation pair), Skaz (a psychedelic type inspired by the Victorian typeface Ringlet), Sitari, Dozer, Squick (a comic book / children's font family by Franco Jonas, Andrey Kudryavtsev and Rodrigo Araya), Freept (a free marker font), Nightelf, Ingot (a condensed rounded blackletter), Insolenta. Ding (2018) is a great fattish cartoon font that was co-designed by Rodrigo Araya Salas, Andrey Kudryavtsev and Franco Jonas. See also its extensions, Ding Pro (2019) and Ding Extra (2019).

Typefaces from 2019: Clarence Alt (a an almost bubblegum children's book sans by Franco Jonas, Rodrigo Araya Salas and Andrey Kudryavtsev).

Typefaces from 2020: La Pica Bonus (a vernacular or supermarket style font and dingbat family by Andrey Kudryavtsev and Rodrigo Araya Salas), Ancoa Slanted (an angular display family in 15 styles; by Andrey Kudryavtsev, Rodrigo Araya Salas and Franco Jonas Hernandez), Skippie (a comic book family by Andrey Kudryavtsev, Rodrigo Araya Salas, Bruno Jara Ahumada and Franco Jonas, and four sets of dingbats including Skippie Monster Lucha Libre and Skippie Monster Halloween), Ancoa (an angular 19-style layerable typeface by Andrey Kudryavtsev, Rodrigo Araya Salas and Franco Jonas Hernandez).

Behance link. Creative Market link. Myfonts link. Klingspor link.

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Andri Kurniawan
[Struggle Studio]

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Andy Benedek
[Font Factory]

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Angga Mahardika
[Amtypes (was: TypeWolves, Amtypefoundry, or Try and Error)]

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Angga Suwista
[Sans and Sons (was: Agga Swistblnk)]

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Anglo

A Victorian typeface shown in the 1895 specimen book of Barnhart Brothers and Spindler. Digital revivals include Angelo (2019, SoftMaker) and Angler NF (2014, Nick Curtis). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anita Jürgeleit
[Type This Studio]

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Ann Stretton
[The Dingbatcave (was: Ann-S-Thesia)]

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Anna Safitri
[Runsell Type (or: Runsell Studio, Studio Runsell)]

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Anthony Prudente

Typefounder in Polegate, UK, who was born in 1981 in Croydon, Surrey, UK. He created the art deco typeface Foreman (2012), which is typified by condensed tall-legged letters.

Hurstmonceux (2013) is an antiqued Victorian typeface. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Antony Zonne

Russian designer of the Victorian typeface Chelyabinsk Trucker (2009, copyright RockSquare). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anxiety Studio (or: Design Co)

Portland, Oregon-based designer of these typefaces in 2019: Countdown (spurred; Rough, Outline & Ornament), Countdown Ville, The Hotling (brush font), Sihaloho (signage script), Blues Vacations, Hacrley Serif, Roller Coaster (Victorian), Orlando (a monoline signature font), Fairing Brush (a Halloween brush font), Lydiani, Rusty The Buttcher, Anetha Faith Signature, Gibsons Co Vol.2, Tunnels (dry brush), Hellena Jeslyn (a signature font duo), Gibsons Co, Saint Quard Serif, The Wolfman SignPainted, The Beatcher Typeface (a vintage all caps titling typeface).

Typefaces from 2020: Marotho, Leatherhand Stencil.

Typefaces from 2021: Future Unwritten, The Luxury (Sans, serif), Theodore Bagwell (font duo), Chammer Beauty, Broken Letters, Manasco (stencil), PQRS Handpainted, Holluise Vintage, Freestyle. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ardian Radityo
[TSV Creative]

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Area Type (was: GType)
[Dhan Ghete]

Brazilian or Indonesian designer, known as Dan Ghete, Dhan Ghete, Ambia Ambia and just Ambia. His/her foundry was first called GType but changed its name to Area Type. At that time, the Creative Market page started mentioning that the designer is from Indonesia and not Brazil.

Designer of the Victorian typefaces Broser (2015), Romant (2015) and Moyers (2014). In 2015, he made the connected script typefaces Madelina Script, Smoothline Script (calligraphic), Adediala and Adamenya, the poster typeface Wolder, the connected brush script Sannie, and the hand-lettered typefaces Alastrina and Quintessa.

Typefaces from 2016: Sheraton Script (calligraphic), Mahogany Script (calligraphic), Monisa (calligraphic script), Strongman Script, Natalia Script, Agustine (script), Amberland (calligraphic script), Mallicot Script (calligraphic), Sifrand Script (brush), Chamelia Script, Moodnight Script, Flowerroom Script (curly script), Ismelda Script (calligraphic script), Charissa Script (brush script), Shartica Script, Morenthya Script, Aintzane (connected script).

Typefaces from 2017: Wasatch Brush (dry brush), Shanti Script, Hottemp Brush, Darling Harbour, Matterhon Script, Blishfully, Motisan Script, Anindita Script, Authentic Script, Sentosha Script (a great wild calligraphic (wedding) script), Heritage Script, Strengthen Script (calligraphic), Redheads Script.

Typefaces from 2019: Anthony Script, Lucinda Script (calligraphic).

Typefaces from 2020: Charissa Script, Sifrand Script (a dry brush script), Salbatora Script, Natalia Script, Platipus Script, Moodnight Script (a dry pen script), Electrophorus (script), Amelina Script, Hilsa (a great dry brush script), Bignay (wild calligraphy), Motherly Script, Black Line, Chaliya Script, Highland Script, Darling Harbour (a dry brush script).

Typefaces from 2021: Majors (a stylish serif with wind-swept ascenders and descenders), Maroon And Black (a swinging display typeface), Morissa (a delightful display serif with a didone skeleton), Mitogen Display (a display serif), Bigbone, Flower Rose (a brush script), Mustang Script, Marsya Script. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Aridi Computer Graphics: Digitizations by Dick Pape
[Dick Pape]

Aridi Computer Graphics is known for its initial caps and ornamental typefaces and ornaments. In 2008, Dick Pape digitized these typefaces: AridiArabesqueDesignsI, AridiArabesqueDesignsIIIa, AridiArabesqueDesignsIIIb, AridiArabesqueDesignsIIa, AridiArabesqueDesignsIIb, AridiArabesqueDesignsIV, AridiArabesqueFrames, AridiArabesqueMasterpieces, AridiArabesqueMasterpiecesA, AridiArabesqueMasterpiecesB, AridiArabesqueOrnaments, AridiArabicCalligraphyArt, AridiArtNouveauA, AridiArtNouveauB, AridiBusinessGraphics, AridiCalligraphiaA, AridiCalligraphiaB, AridiCalligraphicaI, AridiCalligraphicaII, AridiCrests&Ribbons, AridiElaborateFrames, Aridi Fiesta 1 and 2, AridiInitials1Blister, AridiInitials1Gothic, AridiInitials1Nabel, AridiInitials1Regal, AridiInitials1Spring, AridiInitials1Wind, AridiInitials2Digital, AridiInitials2LubnaHollow, AridiInitials2NapoliHollow, AridiInitials2Romantic, AridiInitials2Royal, AridiInitials2Stone, AridiInitials3Cherubs, AridiInitials3Fantasia, AridiInitials3FantasiaBold, AridiInitials3Masselle, AridiInitials3Rosette, AridiInitials3RosetteRevers, AridiInitials3Victoriana, AridiInitials3Vincente, AridiInitials4Cinderella, AridiInitials4Federal, AridiInitials4Ginger, AridiInitials4Marquesa, AridiInitials4Renaissance, AridiInitials4Tuscani, AridiOldWorldFramesA, AridiOldWorldFramesB, AridiOldWorldFramesC, AridiOldWorldFramesD, AridiOldWorldFramesE, AridiOldWorldFramesF, AridiOldWorldFramesG, AridiOldWorldOrnamentsA, AridiOldWorldOrnamentsB, AridiOrnamentalDesigns, AridiOrnamentalFrames, AridiPrinterOrnamentsD, AridiPrinterOrnamentsSingle, AridiPrinterOrnamentshA, AridiPrinterOrnamentshB, AridiPrinterOrnamentshC, AridiPrinterOrnamentsvA, AridiPrinterOrnamentsvB, AridiRibbons&Banners. Download page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arief Setyo Wahyudi
[Typia Nesia]

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Aring Typeface
[Måns Grebäck]

Måns Grebäck (Aring Typeface, Örebro, Sweden) is a prolific Swedish designer (b. Lindesberg, Sweden, 1990), who lives in Borlänge, Sweden. Måns Grebäck has a bachelor's degree in graphic design from the University of Dalarna (2012). In 2010, he went commercial, and started selling fonts through MyFonts. In 2011 he started Mawns Design. In 2013, that was renamed to Aring Typeface. In 2011 he already had over seven million downloads of his fonts, which were featured at websites such as Dafont and Myfonts. He also does custom type work. His typefaces, both free and commercial:

View Mans Grebäck's typefaces.

Abstract Fonts link. Fontspace link. MyFonts link. Another URL. Dafont link. Klingspor link. Buy fonts directly from Måns Grebäck. Old URL. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Aritro Dias

Graphic designer in Kolkata, India, who "created" the tweetware script typeface Vigneta (2015)---he is asking 2 dollars for it tto; the only problem is that it was actually stolen from Ilham Harry. In 2015, he published the free font Cassiderra and has the chtutzpah to write Cassiderra is a beautiful and expressive handmade script font made by me. It is a shameless copy of Eduilson Wessler Coan's Delicatta (2012)----it was removed within 24 hours. He also "made" (referring to it as my project) the free curly Victorian typeface Qwerly, which was made in 2014 by Dede Mulyadi. And the list goes on. I can't understand why Behance does not place him on the no-fly list.

He surfaced as Frank Supply Co and Aritro Francis, again on Creative Market. He was selling Mozzart Sketch by Posterizer KG as Retro Ink. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arkara (or: Fopifopi)
[Edy Bagus Pamungkas]

Edy Bagus Pamungkas (aka Arkara) is a Jakarta, Indonesia-based type designer born in 1986 or 1989. His typefaces:

  • From 2019: ARK Reunio, ARK Seychelle, ARK Misha (+Script), Allice, Brooks, Dark Slide.
  • From 2018: Toonish, Willex (experimental brush), Savage Odette (brush), Friday Killer, Enamel Lovers, Festivo, Lucinta (a rounded all caps color font).
  • From 2017: Ghost Trick, Outcast Motofont, Bompail (brush), Baby Arthara, Nanda (handcrafted).
  • From 2016: Foxy Brush, Hello Creamy, Artsins (art brush style), Toonish, Summerica, Willex Brush.
  • From 2015: Fiestalogy, Happy Trippy, Varsita (athletic lettering), Caraka (curly script), Artchiko Brush, Slicks (Victorian signage), DarkSide (brush typeface), Allice, Halays, Artsy Brush, Futur Attire (cursive script), High Pride (Greek simulation brush), Ozzombie, Paud.
  • From 2014: The free modular decorative typeface Sekruplongbo, Retrophoria (a tall condensed neon sign font), Cyr52 (a geometric font inspired by sci-fi movie posters), and Arkara (fat finger typeface). Also known as Fopi Fopi and Win Rico, he created the free speed simulation typeface Fopi Rush and the rounded display typeface Fopi Artchiko. Commercial typefaces (via Creative Market) include Chiko Cookies, Late Halloween, Doddy Boldy (a block font), Punk Machine (+ vector-format retro motorcycle dingbats), Abraham (Gothic medieval font), King Arthur, Smokey (wavy font), Warastika and Mama Bear.

Behance link. Dafont link. Buy Edy's fonts at Creative Market. Dafont link for Fopifopi. Fopifopi link. Creative Market link for Fopifopi. Old Tumblr link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arlo Vance
[Typecaste Foundry & Design]

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Arnold Hoepker

Graphic designer in Escazu or San Jose, Costa Rica, who made the free round Victorian informal text face Pavo Royal (2011), Zaguatica (2012, a free masculine sans), the free angular and very readable typeface Lorena (2011), and the free multiline typeface Telefono (2011).

In 2016, he designed the free numerals font AHB Numeros. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Art and Sign Unlimited
[Jerry Berg]

Jerry Berg (Art and Sign Unlimited) created these signage typefaces in 2014: Zipper, Quick Script (calligraphic), Maverick, Poster Script, Longhorn, Empire (spurred, Victorian), Backfire, Cascadia, Casino (Victorian), Casino Fancy.

In 2015, he created Shop Casual, Hamilton Grand (flowing formal script), Muy Bueno (a regular monoline script font), Rough Draw, Gambit and Tradition. In 2015, he designed Ale House (a slab serif done with Lavonne West).

Typefaces from 2016: ASU Stingray Regular (a casual rhythmic hand), Dragonfly (Victorian octagonal style), California Script.

Typefaces from 2017: Tramp (signage script).

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Art nouveau typefaces: FontShop selection 2010

FontShop compiled its list of art nouveau typefaces from its stable of fonts: P22 Mucha (Christina Torre), Karolla OT (Paratype), Herold OT (Paratype), Virile (ATF, then Agfa, and then Monotype), Absinthe (Rian Hughes), Artistik, ITC Croissant, Arnold Boecklin, Eckmann Com, Ortem (Mecanorma), Art Gothic (URW), Greeting Monotone, P22 Art Nouveau (Christina Torre), Boomerang (Tim Ryan), ITC Baylac (Gerard Mariscalchi), Metroplitaines P (URW), Metroploitain (Elsner+Flake), ITC Stoclet, Galicia (Rian Hughes), Neuseidler (Richard Yeend), Virgin Roman (David Farey), Kolo (Paul Shaw), ITC Noovo (Phill Grimshaw), Abacus (David Farey), Maigret (David Farey), Edda (Ralph M. Unger, URW), ITC Galadriel (Alan Meeks), Eccentric, Skjald, Cupid, Beatty Victoriana (Richard Beatty), Isabella (Hermann Ihlenburg), ITC Tarragon (Alan Meeks), Old Paris Nouveau (Nathan Williams), Auriol, FF Elegie (Albert Boton), Edwardian 1 and 2 (Colin Brignall), Cantoria (Ron Carpenter), Della Robbia (Bitstream), Meyer Two (Font Bureau), ITC Korinna (Antonio DiSpigna, Ed Benguiat), Lutahline (Judith Sutcliffe). Scans: i, ii, iii, iv, v. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arterfak Project
[Ahmad Ramzi Fahruddin]

Ahmad Ramzi Fahruddin (aka Ramzehhh and as Ramz Fahruddin, b. 1993) established Arterfak Project in 2015. He is the Palembang, Indonesia-based designer of the display typefaces Aidah (2015, spurred), Temenyut (2015, spurred), Basenglah (2015, a geometric solid typeface), Local Genius (2015), Oropitem (2015, blackletter), Cakmacak (2015), Maeninaja (2015), Yagitudeh (2015, a free doodle font), Cagar (2015, free), Pletakrutuk (2015) and Beguyur (2015), the free experimental techno typeface Semravut (2015), the lava lamp typeface Cagar (2015) and the free spurred vintage typeface Outromoro (2015).

Typefaces from 2016: Anehena (a beveled ornamental typeface), Bongoknian (spurred), Sebasengan (sketched, arched, stitched, textured, eroded and embossed substyles), Sekatoon (Victorian), Bekelakar (Victorian), Sambeltigo, Wayawaya (free bilined art deco), Geroboktuo, Bedengkang, Ringam, Cindo Kato (spurred Victorian typeface), Ngopi Doken (a layered handcrafted typeface family), Bedesau (Victorian), Temenyut (spurred Victorian style), Sirugino (a spurred tattoo / blackletter type), Buyanbengak (spurred), Geradakan (dry brush type).

Typefaces from 2017: Martinez (Tuscan), Hughoney, Rockrace, Monabelia (Victorian), Philosophiya, Love Quake, Childwood, Circulat Decorative Frames, Dakmodal, Yasaman, Bsakoja, Meringam, Besigetz (Victorian), Bedempank, Ngamboel (a modern inline), Jemahok (an inline typeface), Sirunian (decorative blackletter), Belinjangan (brush style), Cerudikan, Kanjian (Victorian deco).

Typefaces from 2018: Mirandah (monoline, vintage), Subversia (Victorian), Bertha (a free display family that includes Shadow Line, Sans and Spurred substyles), Quickers, Marchelle (art deco), Lourena, Mellynda, Leophard (octagonal), Wishteria, Slashback, Katheryna, Febiolla, Tropicane, Maretha (a monoline script).

Typefaces from 2019: Requeiro (a spurred inline vintage font), Mourich (an all caps display typeface), Newston (a tall condensed news headline typeface family), The Black Sugare (blackletter-inspired), Magnies (an elegant stencil), Hermona (a spurred vintage label font), Bronzier (a sports font), Mayhena (a monoline script), Amnestia (a vintage all caps typeface), Highrush (font duo), Humeira (for children's books), Montheim (retro signage font), Hodgeson (a slab serif family), Delaroca, (a spurred black metal band font) Banda Niera, Bargers Distressed (spurred, Victorian), The Realita, Newston (a compressed skyline-style font), Ariestha Script, The Black Square, Requiem (Victorian or rococo inline caps), Invasible, Ferguson (an almost monoline slab serif family), Mirenath (a rounded vintage monoline typeface), Afolkalips (a tribal painted font inspired by the Papuan culture), Mellandry, Masterson (a slab serif western font), Marsheila (art deco), Kanjian, Belinjangan, Sirunian (a decorative spurred typeface), Quickers, Marcheile (slightly art nouveau), Marcheile, Monabelia, Nourishe (a fashion mag sans).

Typefaces from 2020: Trashbone, Burgery (a monolinear all caps children's book font), The Brande and Lotaline (a decorative serif), Rimba Andalas (a tribal font), Bronela (a decorative serif), Wonder Night (a beatnik font), Malinsha (a signage script), Marones (spurred, vintage, all caps), Katenila (a fat finger font), Meliana Script (a brush script), Romelio (sans / script pair), Bondrians (a vintage label font), Black Ravens (a dry brush font), Shinkoya (vernacular lettering), Brothership, Novante (stylish caps), Almatine Script (a flat pen calligraphic script, with perhaps a touch of Arabic script emulation), Almatine Sans, Wargate (a military stencil font family), Bragley (a cartoon font), Varino (a rounded unicase sans family), Ranille (a bold display serif), Neilvard (a vintage label font family), Nagietha, Khodijah (an Arabic emulation font), Sometimes Rough, Savaneta (a vintage all caps typeface), Valmera (a Peignotian sans), Hargalia (classic calligraphy), Cherione (a unicase font), Revans (a display sans).

Typefaces from 2021: Larantuka (an informal font with a dancing baseline), Bolandes (a weathered monoline sans), Delauney (a formal art deco typeface), Chieezy Burger (grungy, vernacular), Ranmor (a vintage slab serif), Andalia (a signage script), Insiders (a dry brush script), Granesta (a dry brush font), Abigral (a Peignotian serif), Suzanstein (a dripping blood font), Broken Console (a retro video game pixel font), Naluka (a tiki or nature park font), Lovatine (a scrapbook script), Rushen (vintage caps in curvy, regular, distressed, stencil and shadow versions), Siegra (futuristic), Komersie (a bold supermarket font), Borensa (a reverse stress font), Rashavine (a dry brush font), Blankone (a brush font), Montagna (a monolinear script), Hadnich (a heavy signage script), Sallomae (a scrapbook font), Vankours (a dry brush font), Wonderful Melanesia (a decorative serif), Albertson (a Tuscan font), Rantika (a bold brush script), Rusthack (a stylish brush typeface), Mustopha (an upright typeface in arabesque style), Marviona (a marker pen font), Marviona (a marker pen font), Niquitta Mirzani (script), Shikamaru (emulating a Japanese brush), Mortend (a 5-style expanded all caps sans), Barlock (an all caps and spurred varsity font), Northash (stencil), Motteka (a beatnik font), Sharely (a brush font), Rompies (a condensed titling sans), Beardsons (a vintage label font), Broken Crush (dry brush).

Dafont link. Creative Market link. Behance link. Graphicriver link. Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Arthy Type
[Sani Sanjaya]

Aka Opentypes. Indonesian designer, b. 1983, of Gelat (2021), Mantra (2019: signage script), Tokyo Drift (2019: a speedster font), Louvre (2019: a fashionable display sans), Billian (2019: an autocrat's sans), Sigma (2019), Angettypes (2019: a bold script), Neuron (2019: sans), In The Dark (2019: based on the ACDC logo), Bodhi (2019: a wild brush font), Sylvanna Script (2019), Emely Script (2019), Tom Harvey (2019: a weathered script), Brave Heart (2019: Victorian), Riogrande (2019: a retro signage script), Reaverock (2019: a spurred black metal typeface), Brotherjhon (2019, Bold and stencil), and Gajetto (2019: a bold geometric sans). Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Artist of Design
[André Zottolo]

Commercial foundry that was in Kensington and/or Moorhead, MN, but is now in Park Rapids, MN, run by André Zottolo. Most of his fonts are hand-printed, such as AZ Cut Script (2011, a script), AZ Pledge, AZ Grampa, AZ Fast Fury, AZ Hello, AZ Dude, AZ Tiki, AZ Script, AZ New Rough, AZ Imperial, AZ College (+Brushed), and AZ Vintage Tattoo, all made ca. 2010-2011.

His earliest fonts were free. They included Alpha, Barracuda, Collem, Cornelia, Declan, Funtime, Roughfart, Tiki, MessyGirl.

Typefaces from 2011: AZ Union is a Western face. AZ Text and AZ Dramamine are grungy hand-printed typefaces. AZ Sailor Tattoo is an outline tattoo face. AZ Hello Brushed is a brush typeface inspired by auto repair signs. AZ Rough Fart is a squarish mural brush face. AZ Wings is Victorian. AZ Placid is an eroded outline face.

Type designs from 2012: AZ Mavericks (based on a skateboard logo), AZ Barista (inspired by Leonetto Cappiello's poster art from the 1920s), AZ Indian (signage script), AZ Harpers July (inspired by Edward Penfield's poster art from ca. 1900), AZ Plug Italic (inspired by the poster art of Edward Penfield and Franz Hazenplug, ca. 1900), AZ Audiotape, AZ Kiss (sketched type), AZ Varsity (athletic lettering), AZ Varsity Brush (textured version), AZ Claire (fat signage script).

Typefaces from 2013: AZ Watercolor, AZ Brand (connect-the=dots script), AZ Hobie (signage script), AZ Storm (Western look), AZ Declan (scratchy typeface), AZ Clouds (spurred).

Typefaces from 2014: AZ Scorch (a worn headline font family), AZ Black (didone engraved currency font), AZ Ultra, AZ Retro, AZ Postcard 3D.

Typefaces from 2015: AZ Yoyo.

Typefaces from 2016: AZ Cruisin.

Klingspor link. Creative Market link. Fontspring link.

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ArtOne CreativeWorks (was: Locomotype)
[Arwan Sutanto]

ArtOne Digital (formerly Locomotype) is the type foundry of Arwan Sutanto, a graphic designer in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, who also owns ArtOne Creativeworks. Arwan created the elliptical sans face Fonquero (2014), the free brush typeface Belepotan (2014, +Italic), Fonesia (2014), Fonesh (2014), Fonia (2014), and the free outline typeface Fonarto XT (2014; updated in 2019 to Fonarto v2). Fondian (2014) is a commercial rounded Comic Sans style typeface. Fonago (2014) is a vintage font. Tinta Script (2014) is an upright script.

Typefaces from 2015: Fonesia, Cemara (brush script typeface), Garris (monoline script), Fonstyle, Fonari, Fonderful, Fonjava (a rhythmic script), Fonjazz, Fonino (brush script).

Typefaces from 2016: Om Telolet Om (free), Sumptuous (sans), Sumptuous Light, Boldero Brush (inspired by graffiti art), Hotline (a monoline connected signage script), Jogjakartype, Jogjakartype Logos.

Typefaces from 2017: Endeavora, Bahagia (signature script), Windtalker, Asalasik, Fonalux, Fonquero Sedo, Wolesbro, Morning Dew, Eufoniem (upright connected script), Delicy, Matahati (script).

Typefaces from 2018: Hokyaa, Jankador, Dephion (font duo), Bakso Sapi, Lemoo.

Typefaces from 2019: Crimstone (a weathered octagonal typeface), Noiry (script), Bonega (an all caps inscriptional sans), Pantura (a playful casual font), Kaftice, Redsniper (Victorian), True Happiness, Harmona (Script, Sans), Pestapora, Lendiga (a monoline script), Zoelander, Wkwk, Romantick, Sweet Pancake (calligraphic script).

Typefaces from 2020: Reffort (a fourteen-style sans showing emotion in its counters), Sandega (a stencil font), Halokia (a condensed monoline connected sans), Shelda, Nilakandi (an upright script), Bakso Sapi, Komikula, Antario (a stylish sans), Giga Sans (an 18-style geometric sans), Toska (squarish).

Typefaces from 2021: Gunterz (a macho all caps hardware store techno typeface), Filarion (a polygonal typeface in the style of Ben Shahn), Kanzaki (a 10-style playful script).

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Arwan Sutanto
[ArtOne CreativeWorks (was: Locomotype)]

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Aure Font Design
[Aurora Isaac]

Aurora Isaac (Aure Font Design, Issaqua, WA) is a California-born type designer. She created the uncial typeface Aure Westra LP (2011) and the Victorian family Aure Zeritha LP (2011).

Typefaces from 2018: Aure Brash (an outline font that speaks with the cheeky inuendo of a sassy parrot), Aure Nox (semi-haunted; with modulated stems), Aure Teddy (art nouveau style), Aure Declare (a text typeface family accompanied by several sets of extraordinary and quite complete astrological symbols), Aure Sable (also with astrological symbols), Aure Wye, Aure Jane.

Typefaces from 2019: Aure Zeritha. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Aurora Isaac
[Aure Font Design]

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Authentype (or: Mix Jpg)
[Ekayasa Ekayasa]

Aka Ekayasa. Bali, Indonesia-based designer of the display serif typefaces Wano Quin (2020), Black Wano (2020), Mix Dimly (a wild calligraphic script) (2020), Horst More (2020) and Barsillago (2020), the funeral parlor font Mixink Std (2020), the signature script typefaces Milly (2020) and Weisy (2020), the script typefaces Amelo (2020: monolinear), Quritta (2020) and Battic (2020), the nature font Foturest (2020), the display typeface Yougats (2020), and the signage script typeface Qaylla (2020).

Typefaces from 2021: Wave Vero (a stylish display serif family), Cavas Nera (a decorative serif in nine styles), Balune (an extra-condensed hipsterish sans), Balune Handwrite (script), Sarony (script), Ayulia Molga (script), Qustyle (Victorian), Sand Forest (Victorian), selga (a decorative serif), Magero (a decorative serif), The Calonue (a decorative serif), Cavas (a decorative serif), Calonue, Daylosta (a bold monolinear script), Ayulia Molga (curly), Syake (a swashy display sans), Roses Bolero TP (a 9-style sharp-edged display typeface family), Sand Forest (Victorian), Silagus Modern (a signature script), Milysa Signature, Barsillago, Sinelys Brush, Hildor San (a 9-style display typeface), Hildor (an elegant semi-script). Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Balibilly Design
[I Wayan Bill Natih]

In 2010, Bali-based Bill Natih founded Balibilly Design. Creator of script or handcrafted typefaces. In 2020, he published Moro Baby (an all caps children's book font), Siganture Photopedia (a signature script), Qene G (an artsy font duo that evokes a belle epoque atmosphere), Kage (a fashion mag serif family), Kitahara (script and brush), Native Miles, Patahola and Risalove.

Typefaces from 2021: BD Megatoya (a slightly boxy simplified sans family in 40 styles; plus a variable font), Onamura (an 11-style Victorian typeface family with roots in medieval blackletters), Gegor (14 styles; a decorativbe serif), BD Megalona (a 26-style serif that attempts to improve Times New Roman).

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Bang Kumis Type foundry (was: Eltypolocos Type foundry)
[Endang Hidayat]

Jakarta, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1988) of the Victorian display typefaces Inlander Batavia (2013, spurred) and Heisenberg (2013). In 2014, he made Mockingbird Script. In 2015, he added Mustache University (spurred Victorian display family co-designed with Agga Swistblnk) and Toenas Bangsa Slab (a clean rounded slab serif family with six styles). In 2016, he designed Neuesanstara.

Buy the typefaces at Creative Market under the banner Eltypolocos. Behance link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bangkit Tri Setiadi
[Blankids Studio]

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Barmee.com (was: Czcionki.com, or: Barme Fonts)
[Bartek Nowak]

Original fonts by Polishman Bartek Nowak (aka Barme, b. 1973) made in 2000-2001: BukwaNormal (Cyrillic), Nokian (pixel font), Passja, Xar, BarmeReczny, Elementarz (orthographic writing for kids) [see also here], Gotyk-Poszarpany (Fraktur, revamped in 2014 as Gotyk Nr 7), Afarat Ibn Blady (Arabic simulation face), Hieroglify, Kobajashi, Kwadryga, Magda (Basque), Maszyna (old typewriter), MaszynaAEG, Nerwus (scribbly, sketchy), Pascal, SecesjaPL (curly font: a revival of Herman Ihlenburg's ultra-Victorian typeface Nymphic, 1889), Zakret, RecycleIt, Sandwich, Keiser Sousa, Manifest.

Alternate URL.

Font list (with repetitions): 4Mini, BarmeReczny, Elementarz, Fiesta, GotykPoszarpany, GrubaBerta, Hieroglify, KeiserSousa, Kobajashi, Kwadryga, Magda, Manifest-Niski, Manifest, MaszynaAEG, MiniMasa, MiniSet, MiniSter, Nerwus, Nokian, Nokian2, Opeln2001-Prosty, Opeln2001, Opeln2001Szeroki, Pascal, Passja, Premiership, RecycleIt, Sandwich, SecesjaPL, Szablon, Wabene, Xar, Zakret, MiniForma, MiniStrzalki, Miniline, Minitot, Ulisson, Astalamet (2002), Gosford (2002), Volan (2002), Establo, QuatronFat, Infantyl (2002), Quatron (2002), YnduFat (2002), YnduOut (2002).

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This site carried these fonts in May 2008: 4Mini, Afarat-ibn-Blady, Astalamet, AstalametPure, BarmeReczny, Cyree, DorBlue, ElementarzDwa, Erton, Establo, EstabloFat, Fiesta, Gosford, GotykPoszarpany, GrubaBerta, Hieroglify, HongKong (oriental simulation), Infantyl, InfantylFat, InfantylItalic, InfantylOut, Jiczyn, KeiserSousa, Kobajashi, Komix, Kwadryga, Lola, Magda, Manifest-Niski, Manifest, MaszynaAEG, MaszynaRoyalDark, MaszynaRoyalLight, MiniBet, MiniForma2, MiniJasc, MiniKongo, MiniLine2, MiniMasa, MiniQuan, MiniQuanMniejszy, MiniSet2, MiniSter, MiniStrzalki, MiniTot, Nerwus, Nokian, Nokian2, Opeln2001-Prosty, Opeln2001, Opeln2001Szeroki-Metro, Opeln2001Szeroki, Pascal, Paskowy, Passja, Quatron, QuatronFat, RecycleIt, Sandwich, SecesjaPL, Sloneczko, Szablon, Tabun, TechnicznaPomoc-Italic, TechnicznaPomoc, TechnicznaPomocRound, Ulisson, Vaderiii, Volan, Wabene, Xar.

In 2011, he established the commercial foundry GRIN3.

Dafont link. Klingspor link. Fontspace link. GRIN3 link. Old free font URL.

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Bartek Nowak
[GRIN3]

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Bartek Nowak
[Barmee.com (was: Czcionki.com, or: Barme Fonts)]

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Baseline Fonts
[Nathan Williams]

Foundry in Wichita, KS, founded in 1999 by Nathan Williams (b. Concordia, KS, 1973), formerly from the University of Kansas Art Museum Library. Its motto: The goal of the foundry is to provide uninterpreted revivals of type samples generated through disappearing printing methods, and create new fonts for dissemination in the type community. Order through MyFonts.Com or Union Fonts or Creative Market. FontShop link. Klingspor link.

Fonts:

  • The Rodeo family of wood type fonts: 66 Rodeo, 57 Rodeo, 58 Rodeo (2003), Rodeo Rope, Rodeo Rope Superchunk.
  • The Tuscan family: Tuscan (2003, a wild west face). To this group we can add the Tuscan typeface Circus KS (2006).
  • Egyptians: Grit Gothic (2013), Grit Sans (2013), Heirloom Artcraft (2013), Worn Gothic (2013), Stately GG (2013), Grit Egyptienne (2005, grunge Egyptian family), Rough Egyptienne (2005).
  • Grunge typefaces: Antimony (2005, grunge), Dryden (distressed handwritten face).
  • Old typewriter fonts: Slab American Regular (old typewriter), Slab American Titling, Slab American Titling Heavy (2002). Slab American has 55 styles.
  • Art nouveau typefaces: Old Paris Nouveau (2003).
  • Pixelish typefaces: Base PXL7, 80s PXL Bold.
  • Display Sans: Maxime (2004, having support for most European languages; Maxime Shadow is available at FontShop), Woodgrit Thin (based on 19th century American letterpress fonts), Woodgrit Medium, Woodgrit Heavy, Pippen (squarish).
  • Calligraphic: Roundhand Regular.
  • Victorian: Boback.
  • The Grit family: Grit History (2003-2004), Grit Primer (2003), Grit Egyptienne, Grit Typesorts (2006, free).
  • The Old Times American family (+Italic, +Titling).
  • Pia Regular.
  • Kandt: the handwriting of legendary designer and art director James Kandt; 4 styles.
  • Chitchy.
  • AVI Sans.
  • Country Fang (2003, with Brian Miller).
  • Craft Roman
  • Licious Script.
  • Luxe (2003, casual).
  • Momentum (2002).
  • George Gibson (handwriting from mid 1800s).
  • Dingbats: Megaflakes 2010 (2010) and Megaflakes 2011 (2011).
  • Sketchwriter (2011).
  • Dusty Circus (2011) is a five-layer stacking display face designed to be infinitely morphed. It is a prototypical member of that old western circus font genre.
  • Bobbi Bee (2013). A connected script.
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Ben Grib
[Black Bird Foundry]

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Ben Noe
[Ben Noe Studio]

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Ben Noe Studio
[Ben Noe]

Graphic designer in Texas, active since ca. 2000. In 2021, he designed Turbayne, an all caps wedge serif with a Basque capital A and Victorian underpinnings. Turbayne is based on examples by A.A. Turbayne in 1896 London. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ben Weiner
[Reading Type]

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Beth Rufener
[Ornaments of Grace]

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Bhima Bagaskara
[Goldlake Graphic]

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Bill Tchakirides
[UTF Type Foundry]

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Billy Jacobs
[Coffee Bin Fonts]

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Bing Febby Aldiansyah
[Rvq Type Foundry (was: Hey Bing Type Foundry)]

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Black Bird Foundry
[Ben Grib]

Ben Grib (Black Bird Foundry, and Black Bird Press, South Africa) created the Western signage typefaces Excelsior and Indiana Headline in 2015. He also made the handcrafted signage typeface Deputy Serif (2015). On Behance, we read that the foundry is associated with Chris Bushey in Bongoville, Gabon. Chris made the Victorian signage typeface Fancy Pants (or Foxtrot). They also made several great sets of icons and drawing including Animalia, Le Kitchen and Fruits. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Black Cats Media
[Mihaela Serbanescu]

Designer of the swashy calligraphic typefaces Berson Dream (2018), Beradon Script (2017) and Enyssala Script (2016), the Victorian ornaments typefaces Beradon Frames (2017) and Vondey Ornaments (2017), the script font Amastery (2017), the prototypical Victorian typefaces Vondey (2019) and Troemys (2018) and the signage typeface The Trickster (2016).

Typefaces from 2019: Sorinka (a handcrafted party font), Biosha, Rebetha, Corisa, Bohema, Divine Light. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Black Lab Type
[Kenny Li]

Toronto, Canada-based designer of BLT Balfour (2019: art deco), Dozen (2019: a donut bakery font), BLT Heirloom (2019: rounded informal sans), BLT Portage (2019: a reverse stress Western font), BLT Gerhard (2019, a Victorian headline typeface) and BLT Norfolk (2019, a vintage-inspired font based on the styles found on packaging from the early 1900's). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Black Lotus
[Riska Kurniawan]

Aceh, Indonesia-based designer of these sometimes eerie display typefaces in 2019: Neo Thomasy, Queen of Sahara, The Jungle, The Viper Stone (a vampire script with a monogram style), Droidlady, Soulring, Braxica Lily, Arch Diary, Avenomous, Oscar, Neptunes (octagonal, sci-fi, stencil).

In 2020, he designed Berliana Elemixia (a scriptish display typeface) and the rustic spurred Victorian typeface Asteric Vintage.

Typefaces from 2021: Sweet Honey (a scrapbook script), Fathiyya Script (calligraphic), Atjeh Night (a lava lamp typeface), Holy Mordigan (cursive; with calligraphic undertones), The Stacy (an upright retro signage script), Arcandias Downtown (a decorative serif), The Florest (floriated caps). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Blair Massey

Canadian co-designer, with Steve "Gecko" Harrison, of the Victorian revival font Brand New Memorial (2020), which improves on Dan Solo's Memorial. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Blank Sub (or: Subqi; or: Blankids; was: Bombas Type)
[Amir Subqi Setiaji]

Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based type foundry set up in 2017 by two independent foundries, Blankids (Bangkit Setiadi) and Subqi (Amir Subqi Setiaji). Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based designer of the Victorian typefaces Sacred Bridge (2017: co-designed by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji) and Barakah (2017), the script typeface Alyssum Blossom (2017), and the signage typeface Mattoa (2017, co-designed by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji).

In 2018, he designed Headster (signage type), Hondurhas and Black Drama (a free Victorian typeface, with Bangkit Setiadi).

Typefaces from 2019: Sholaria (luxurious calligraphy), Hophus Roghus (a Victorian typeface by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji), Crumble, Hondurhas (a vintage typeface family by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji), Hungry Beast (a Victorian typeface by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji).

Typefaces from 2020: Alstoria (a decorative serif by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji).

Typefaces from 2021: Royal Grande (an old English blackletter with a variable font option), Rotten Banquet (a 19th century / Victorian display typeface), Kovanov (a 14-style serif), Bilgosia (a display serif family), Rosvard (a layerable vintage all caps font by Amir Subqi Setiaji and Bangkit Tri Setiadi). Creative Market link. Graphicriver link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Blankcraft (was: Fallen Type, or: Fallen Graphic)
[Vava Aryanto]

Karanganyar, Indonesia-based designer of the upright script typefaces Lettering Script (2018), Rosalinda (2018), Roxxette (2018) and Allabama (2018), the handcrafted Minnesotta (sic) (2018), and the grungy typefaces Xsodux (2018), Stikers (2018) and Kaze (2018).

Typefaces from 2019: Quitgan Script (signage script), The Spooky Time (a beatnik font), Sunday (bold sans), Bythemis Quertas (script), Elegant, Voques (all caps), Brongline Presiom, Summer Tropical, Alarate Script, Letterhear (calligraphic) Frayhord Monoline, Situgintu, Rubinetto (a signage script), Rottrydam Wargna, The Hartes, Mosgrade, Fashion Script, Charllie (upright script), Originality Script, Friday Worst Letters, Silhouette.

Typefaces from 2020: Bogies Bird, Tilmans (a fine decorative serif), Goovy Modice (a psychedelic serif), Revitale (a Victorian display typeface), Former Broston, Choges (a creamy serif), Youth Cow, Boxes Dream, Follio Cooper (a creamy script), Cats Style, Minoila, Ameliya, Hummingbird, Loveline, Hisyam, Brightlast (a retro script), The Heglio (a formal script), Monthella, Motgan (weathered textured caps), Bronxi (a flared all caps sans), Revolage (a vintage sans serif and monolinear script pair), Quentes Fleur (spurred, Victorian), Midnight Story, Hella Mella, Daylight, Xiolien, Flawless, Tails Mermaid, Havana, California Sunrise, Range Orange, Mallaba, Banbos (a dry brush script), Anattalia (script), Bright Sunkiss (script), Rattaullie (a beatnik typeface), Imagine Dreams, Schuttezerg Script, Makgraf Script (for signage), Sweet Duck, Theyriad Script (signage script), Hilgreds Script (a nice fat signage script), The Matesih (a plump signage script), Othersight Script, Roquero (an octagonal athletics font).

Typefaces from 2021: Kinderly (a signature script), Red Ribbory (a spurred Victorian typeface), Red Ribbory (a spurred Victorian typeface), Muriely (a warm if not mischievous display serif), Amigo (a script), Thinkers (a dry brush script). Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Blankids Studio
[Bangkit Tri Setiadi]

Nengtak, Bangunjiwo, Kasian, Bantul, Semarang and Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1991) of Marchell (2017: copperplate calligraphic script), Bluesky (2017), Kallisa Script (2017: brush), the signage typeface Mattoa (2017, co-designed by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji), Blandes (2017: brushed signage font), Slender (2017: signature font), Sacred Bridge (2017: co-designed by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji), Wildcats (2017: vintage signage font), Alentine (2017, brush style), Black Django (2017), Rockaboy (2017, signage), Raidand (2017, brush signage script) and Conjure (2017, Victorian).

Typefaces from 2018: Flanella, Clarissa, Kallisa (dry brush), Funkies (signage script), Monthelo (a retro signage script), Chomolatte, Anthemis (a heavy signage script), Northead (a vintage display typeface), Quiska, Fresty, Old Finlander (Victorian), Black Drama (a free Victorian typeface), Blackjack (sign painter font).

Typefaces from 2019: Sagesta, Hayline, Old Finlander (a blackletter vampire font), Streamzy (a great graffiti font), Questario, Heatting, Bubble Boom (defined by graffiti and comic books), Brigherdz, Black Night (a horror font), Sporter (octagonal), Orlande (brush script), Dayland (formal calligraphy), Birallina, Stonekids (a layerable signage script for children's books), Beautiful Roses (a swashy calligraphic font duo), Butchery, Heykido, Queenline (monoline, swashy), Letter Marker, Frenda (a monoline retro signage script), Rockadelic (signage script), Bresley (a signature font), Brayles (a brush signage script), Hondurhas (a vintage typeface family by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji), Hungry Beast (a Victorian typeface by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji).

Typefaces from 2020: Anelise, Andrea Belarosa, Signatria, Happy People, Deckled, Beatney, Blezer, Bomber Squad, Lodstay (a graffiti font), Right Strongline, Westerion (spurred), Tuberosa, Lodstay (a graffiti font), Restown, Black Squad (an ominous slab serif), Graffiti Rebel, Rastelay (a brush script), Bros Rover, Hardsign, Street Hipster, Cripsy, Madelia, Paisley Cupcake, Miracle Day, Hello Valentica, Romantic Crafty, Strabela Moisty, Stay Girly, South Beast, Monstora (a playful scrapbook font), Alstoria (a decorative serif by Bangkit Tri Setiadi and Amir Subqi Setiaji), Belyard (a signage script), Barlen, Brendy-Berly, Cincha (a cartoon font), Everline (a bilined script), Feelista, Femina (a calligraphic signature script), Lemon-Squash, Lovely-Creamy, Milko-Denilo, Pretty-Yellow, Romie-Shine, Samberia, Belsmont, Bembies, Baby Monkey, Amdoly Cokie, Craptons, Danilena, Benchey, Cuty Tubby, Beirnite, Bilber Bread, Sweety Cats (a cartoon font), Andrea Bilarosa, Balgeris, Aperly, Adora Chalie, Beauty Angel.

Typefaces from 2021: Broly (a creamy blocky font that looks at first like a Hebrew emulation font), Blood Blaster (a cartoon font), Brenza (an urban mural brush font), Aloha Dance (a tiki font), Gresta (a chunky supermarket script font), Black Blast (a super-fat cartoon font), Star Blast (a fat cartoon font), Stone Ocean (beatnik vernacular lettering), Berlion, Vampire Zone (a horror font), Brockers (a graffiti font), Bomber Throw (a bubblegum font), Helsky (a playful font), Scream Zombie, Ageoline (a sign painting script), Airneo (a graffiti font), Cristone (a tattoo blackletter font), Square Spray (ultra-fat), Street Lord (inspired by murals), Rosvard (a layerable vintage all caps font by Amir Subqi Setiaji and Bangkit Tri Setiadi), Loving Kitten (a scrapbook font), Urban Rebel (a plump graffiti font), Bolgen (a sketched font), Mondeline (a signature script), Bomber Squad (a graffiti font), Algeline (a wild script), Hello Almeida (a fat finger font), Northead, Belgetha (handwritten), Hello Valentica, Romantic Heart, Street Urban (a plump graffiti font), Bondy Quirky (a scrapbook font), Slenderline (a signature script), Diamonda (handwriting), Biber Beard (an all caps children's book font), Morthena (a copperplate script), Deliosa, Almeida Script, Hello Nightmare, Rough Letterline, Wildcats (a signage script).

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Blenda E

San Luis Potosi, Mexico-based designer of the Victorian decorative circus font Macanuda (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bloom XXVI

Bandung, Indonesia-based designer of the brush typefaces Flow Oil Paint (2017, OpenType SVG format), Thinks (2017, OpenType SVG format), Heady Rough (2017, dry brush, SVG), Matthew Rough (2017), Velowley (2017), and Discovar (2017), the sans typeface Carbon (2017), Salvathore (2017, pure Victoriana), the handcrafted poster typeface Majestic (2017) and the calligraphic typefaces Nuvaticia (2017) and Olwas (2017).

Typefaces from 2018 include Charles Swarel, Floatwod (Victorian), Scarletto, Harbour, Jamsuit, Macquina, Bouquet (flowery caps), Phelovetica, Beverley (a signage script), Phelovetica (a feminine script), and Nuvaticia (script). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Blue Line Design

North Coast, Australia-based creators of the display typefaces Samatta (2015, a Peignotian sans), Milk Barn (2015), Canyon (2015, handcrafted, with an outline typeface in the style of athletic lettering), Pocket Knife (2015, +3D), Otter Pop (2015), Meso (2015 a tribal font set with Inca themes), Fuego (2014) and Creamsicle (2014, signage type).

Typefaces from 2016: Schoolyard (children's didactic hand-lettered fonts), Millstreet (based on a font found in a school book from 1886).

Typefaces from 2017: Parapet (blackletter). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Boston Type Foundry
[Edward Pelouze]

Boston-based foundry, est. 1817 by Edward Pelouze. Also called Bedlington&Ewer, Boston Type&Stereotype Co. (1825-1845), and John K. Rogers, Agent (the latter happened when it was bought by John K. Rogers and Edward Pelouze in 1853). Acquired by ATF in 1892.

Free specimen books: Condensed specimen book from the Boston Type Foundry (1860, John K. Rogers&Co, Boston), Popular designs for artistic printers. Selected from the novelties manufactured by the Central type foundry, of St. Louis and Boston type foundry, of Boston. The only manufacturers of copper alloy type (1892).

Digital revivals:

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Boy Moch Tomi
[Work Ins Studio]

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Brendan Ciecko

Graphic and web designer in Boston who studied at Hampshire College 2006-2007). He wrote the Fontly app for finding and preserving the typographic culture all around us. In 2014, he founded of Cuseum, a company that powers mobile-first experiences that help museums engage their visitors. His software platform makes it easy for museums, cultural institutions, and public attractions to publish mobile apps, manage their collections, access visitor analytics, and generate new revenue opportunities. Brendan specialized for a couple of years in revivals of classical typefaces but seems to have left the domain of type design permanently:

  • Pani Deco (2013): an art deco typeface based on a poster designed in 1928 by Polish artist Anna Harland-Zajaczkowska.
  • Secesja (2013): a typeface based on Polish "Mloda Polska" (Young Poland) Art Nouveau / Secession styles of the early 20th-century. It is based on a poster printed in 1908 by an unknown artist.
  • Warszawa Deco (2013): an art deco typeface based on a document from 1939. This typeface is based on Polish Art Deco and modernism of the Interwar period.
  • Galicja (2013): a typeface based on Polish "Mloda Polska" (Young Poland) Art Nouveau / Secession styles of the early 20th-century. It is based on a poster printed in 1911 by the Piller-Neumann printshop in Lwow (present day Lviv, Ukraine).
  • Mekicki (2013). A typeface based on a poster designed in 1928 by Polish artist Rudolf Mekicki. It is part of a series inspired by the aesthetics of Poland between 1908 and 1939.
  • Klimt (2013). A Peignotian typeface based on the handwriting of Gustav Klimt.
  • Seebad Grado (2013). A typeface based on the a 1906 art nouveau poster by Austrian artist Josef Maria Auchentaller.
  • Froika (2013). A spurred Victorian typeface based on lettering found on a poster designed in 1922 by Czech artist Antos Frolka.
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Brent Couchman

Designer and illustrator at Hatch in San Francisco, who hails from Boerne, TX. His typefaces include Sasquatch (2011, a bilined custom face), and Milk (2011), a very thin slab face. He is working on the multiline typeface Hello (2011), and on the Victorian ornamental typeface San (2011). Flickr link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brethren Design Co

Designers of vintage display typefaces including many psychedelic and signpainting fonts. Their catalog in 2021 showed Beat Cop, Brotherly Love, Brush Fire, Buzzkill, Cherry Bomb, Chronic Sans, Chronic Sans, Cocktail Lounge, Courtesy Diner, Crust Punk, Dubba Hubba (bubblegum type), Fat Camp, Funk Ranch, Good Book, Killer Snakes (spurred), Lucky Charmer, Mystic Charmer (Victorian), Night Caps, Pig Roast, Royal Smokes, Soda and Poppers, Switchblade, and Xtra Funk. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brian Brubaker
[Tried & True Supply Co.]

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Brian J. Bonislawsky
[Monogram Fonts Co]

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Brian Powers
[Furdzville]

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Brittany

An orphaned curly Victorian font downloadable from Dafont, and made in 2012. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brittany Wilson

During her studies at Anderson University in Anderson, SC, Brittany Wilson designed Victoria (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bruce Mikita

Faux Chinese font from Bruce's Type Foundry, 1867, originating from Bruce's Ornamented no. 1048. Paul Shaw notes: Mikita is considered by type historians to be the oldest ethnic type since it has an "Asian" quality and can be traced back to a design by Bruce's New York Type Foundry in 1867. But that face, created by Julius Herriet, Sr., underwent a number of name changes, based on how it was perceived over the years. Originally called Bruce's Ornamented no. 1048, it was copied in England the following year by the foundry of J.&R.M. Wood, which named it Novel. Bruce later renamed it Rustic Shaded, a descriptive name that suggests a cabin's carpentry. But in the mid-'50s, when Charles Broad, the owner of Typefounders of Phoenix, dubbed it Mikita, the letters must have been equally suggestive of Japanese woodworking. A decade or so later, the Visual Graphics Corporation, a leading manufacturer of display phototype fonts, offered it as Bruce Mikita (TB-29). The digital version of the typeface was created in 2000 by Harold Lohner of Harold's Fonts. Although unaware of the type's history-on his website, Lohner asks, "Who was Bruce Mikita?"-Lohner recognized the font's latent qualities, writing, "It seems handcrafted and rustic and suggests East Asian calligraphy." Lohner based his version on a showing of the typeface in Dan X. Solo's Victorian Display Alphabets (1976). Interestingly, Solo, the owner of Solotype Typographers, considered the typeface Victorian rather than Japanese. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Buminatha Arvin

Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based designer of these display typefaces in 2020: Black arcade (Tuscan), Crowded, Stradas (Victorian), Brainster (blackboard bold). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bunny Dojo
[Tim Gengler]

New York-based type foundry, est. 2003 by graphic and web designer Tim Gengler. Creator of Rummy (2015, an octagonal mechanical font based on sports branding and 1940s films) and Rummy Tall (2016).

In 2019, Gengler designed Kempt (a stencil family), Torch (a display sans), Guile (a squarish typeface family) and Pluot, which is characterized by mini-wedge serifs.

In 2020, he released Afire (a thorny sans family).

Typefaces from 2021: Upona (a 12-style Victorian family inspired by 19th century storybook lettering). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Burhan Afif
[HansCo]

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Burntilldead
[Eric Kurniawan]

Eric Kurniawan (or Burntilldead, b. 1986) is located in Bali, Indonesia. He created the vintage script typeface The Goldsmith Vintage (2015).

Typefaces from 2016: Lazarus (a brush font), Bestters Supply (signage script), The Wild Hammers, Ramblin Script, Ramblin Sans, Angeline Vintage (brush typeface), Victorian Deco (more Victoriana), Steelworks (letterpress), Angeline (swashy brush script), La Petitenget, Azarus (brush style), Victorian Parlor (Victorian).

Typefaces from 2017: Dandeleon, American Whiskey, Vulturemotor (with Gusti Ngurah Widiantara), Sandglow (signage script).

Typefaces from 2018: Renaissance Garden (vintage), Victorian Fonts Collection (which consists of King Edward (Edwardian) and Queen Victoria (Victorian)), Billyforges (weathered letterpress style; with Ade Meida and I Gusti Widiantara).

Typefaces from 2019: Victorian Decade (18 fonts: +Gradient, +Outline, by Eric Kurniawan and Ade Meiada).

Typefaces from 2020: Alocasia (Sans, Script and Serif), Victorian Supremacy (an 11-style ornate Victorian / blackletter typeface family), Galactus (sci-fi), Prestissimo Classy (Serif and Script: the Script features copperplate calligraphy), Historium and Historia (a weathered vintage typeface), Sportage (a squarish sports font).

Typefaces from 2021: Mashbro, Barones (a vintage label font), Arterium (a vintage Victorian label font family), Veinline (a vintage script font), Bonitalia (script), Alota (funky and groovy 1970s font), Energize (techno), Metalsmith (a weathered all caps typeface), Bower (an early computer emulation font), Broto, Celestic (a decorative partly psychedelic serif), Dellucion (an art nouveau serif), Glitcher (a great art nouveau typeface), Greta, Lazarus, Racer Boy (a techno family), Silly Kids, The Sitcom (a retro script). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Cahya Sofyan
[Studio Sun (or: Sun Brand Co)]

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Cahyadi Ikhsan
[Amera Type]

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Camille Gicquel

Roubaix, France-based designer of the curly Victorian ironwork typeface Alistina (2016, done for a school project). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Candee Kis

Original fonts and dingbats by Candee Kis: Victorian Silhouettes, Jewels, Ornaments. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carga Maxima

Lima, Peru-based lettering outfit that specializes in a Victorian signage lettering style. Some of these were designed by Azucena del Carmen and Alinder Espada. Their Lettering Populachero won an award at tipos Latinos in 2016. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carla Marques

At St. John's University in New York City, Carla Marques created the Victorian typeface Slender (2015), which is sprinkled with small teardrops. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Fabián Camargo Guerrero
[Andinistas]

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Carol Maciel

Recife, Brazil-based designer of the Victorian display typeface New York (2014), which was developed during her studies at UFPE. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Cobarrubias

Santiago, Chile-based creator of the curly Victorian pre-art nouveau typeface Valencia (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Laudon
[Laudon Type]

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Carolina Pernet

Graduate from FADU, University of Buenos Aires, who created the spindly Victorian typeface Furh Modern (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

CAT Design Wolgast
[Peter Wiegel]

Wolgast-based type designer Peter Wiegel (b. 1955) runs CAT Design Wolgast. Designer of these free fonts:

  • In 2019: Kufi Pattern.
  • In 2018: Aurach Tri (a trilined typeface), Googee (monoline circle-themed sans), Gianna (medieval script), Hamburger Schwabacher.
  • In 2017: Eyechart (heavy slab serif), Border Control (inline), Espresso Dolce (rounded sans), Gotisch Weiss, Halt (a dry brush typeface after Walter Hoehnisch's Stop from 1939), Kanzler, Llewie (rounded sans), Schulze Werbekraft (expressionist, after Arthur Schulze, 1926).
  • In 2016: Ronaldson Gothic (after a MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan Co original), Vorgang (a great 1920s geometric sans), 5by7 (LED pixel font), BP 12-22 (industrial sans), u DIN 1451 Mittelschrift, Flubby, Gaeilge (Irish / uncial), Junior CAT (after Hans Heimbeck, 1936), CAT Liebing Gotisch (after Kurt Liebing), Tippa (an old typewriter font based on Adler Tippa 1).
  • In 2015: Nuernberg (blackletter), CAT Schmalfette Thannhaeuser (blackletter), Offenbacher Reform (a revival of Offenbacher Reform, a blackletter typeface by Roos & Junge), Autobahn (blackletter), Barloesius Schrift (after Georg Barloesius's Barlösius Schrift, 1906), CAT-Franken-Deutsch (after Alfons Schneider, 1936), Fuckin Gwenhwyfar, CAT Kurier (a script after Herbert Thanhaeuser's Kurier from 1939), CAT Linz, CAT Rhythmus (a sharp-edged black grotesk after a Schriftguss AG original), DIN Schablonierschrift (DIN-based stencil), CAT North Licht, Feronia, Fette National Fraktur (after Walter Hoehnisch, 1934), Grobe-Plakat-Fraktur, CAT Childs (fifties style cursive typeface), Jena Gotisch (decorative caps), Kabinett Fraktur (after Johann Friedrich Unger, 1793-1794), Wattauchimma (heavy hipster sans), Friedolin (blackletter), Lorem Ipsum, Symphonie (a calligraphic script, reviving Imre Reiner's Symphonie (1938), also called Stradivarius (1945)), Power (a retro techno typeface), Krugmann Brush, Omega.
  • In 2014: BernerBasisschrift1, BernerBasisschrift2 (school script), Berolina, Brausepulver (after Brause & Co., 1912), Fette Mikado (psychedelic style oriental look), Germanica, Gloria, HentimpsCirclet (blackletter), Hofstaetten (blackletter), Kleinsemmering, KuenstlerGotisch (blackletter), LacledeCAT (psychedelic), NeptunCAT, Neue Zier Schrift (a mischievous curly script), Pommern Gotisch, Reclame, CAT Report (retro brush script), Rueck-Italic, Rueck, RueckLeft, RueckLicht, RundschriftCAT (hairline ronde), Standard Graf (German expressionist and hexagonal typeface), Teutonic, VerzierteFavorite, VictoriaCAT, AdmiralCAT (a retro script), Dynamo (poster font), Des Malers Fraktur, Kanzleyrath (blackletter), Ober-Tuerkheim (art nouveau), PopplFrakturCAT (blackletter), Rundkursiv, Modeschrift (fifties script), Biedermeier Kursiv, Ehmcke Federfraktur (after a 1935 font by F.H. Ehmcke), Wernicke Schwabacher (after an original by Emmi Wernicke), Gotische Missalschrift, Hand Textur (after a 1935 font by F.H. Ehmcke), Renata (after a 1914 bastarda by Bauersche Giesserei), Rundgotisch Rauh (possibly after a Schelter & Giesecke design from 1903), Offenbacher Schwabacher (after Kurt Wanschura's bastarda from 1900), Incopins Clusters (multilined typeface), BadGong, Bernardo Moda (Bold, Semibold, Moda, Contrast: modeled after Lucian Bernhard's Bernhard fashion), CAT-Hohenzollern (after a 1902 art nouveau font by Bauersche), CATNorth, CATNorthLicht, CATNorthShadow, CAT Zentenaer Fraktur UNZ1 (a blackletter after a 1937 original by F.H.E. Schneidler), Coggers-Tariqa, EirikRaude, Fabrik (a geometric sans), Grobe Deutschmeister (German expressionist face), Harry Piel (or Piehl--a tattoo font), Kanalisirung, Klaber-Fraktur, Peter Obscure, Rumburak (a fat retro script), Flottflott (retro script), Indira K, Regent UNZ (a Schwabacher), Postamt, TGL 0-1451 Engschrift (a DIN-like font).
  • In 2013: Spartakus (+Round), Cut Me Out (white on black sans), 5by9 (dot matrix face), Tartlers End (high-contrast ball terminal face), Alpha 54 (rounded flared script face), Chunk Five Ex (slab serif; he writes: With permission of Meredith Mandel, the original author of the ASCII-Font Chunk Five, I have extended Chunk Five Ex to a full featured unicode font with all figures used in Latin and Cyrillic writing), Simple Print (simple sans), Fette Bauersche Antiqua (a didone fat face), Manuskript Gothisch (after Manuskript Gotisch (1899, Bauersche), which was modeled after Wolfgang Hopyl's 1514 Textura), Quast (hairy font).
  • Still in 2013, he published a number of school scripts, including Neue Rudelskopf, Deutsche Normalschrift, Imrans School, Rastenburg (German school font), and Bienchen.
  • In 2012: Hardman (connected fifties script), Immermann (a quaint slab serif), Quast (grunge), Fundamental Brigade (sans family), DiffiKult (a bilined face), Men Nefer (a Memphis lookalike), Fette Unz Fraktur (like Fette Fraktur), Mutter Krause (for the reconstruction of the 1929 silent movie "Mutter Krausens Fahrt ins Glück", where it is used for intertitles, that where missing. The font is redrawn from the original intertitles), Youbilee (a font with laurels).
  • In 2010: Alfabilder (dingbats), Gondrin (athletic lettering with a 3d effect), Helvetia Verbundene (making Helvetica into a school script? The original typeface was by Carl Albert Fahrenwaldt 1901), Proletarsk (a grotesk face), Vis-à-vis (great idea--a double-storied serif face), ApolloASM (Victorian), BertholdrMainzerFraktur, Doergon-Regular (license plate font), DoergonBackshift, DoergonShift, Eureka (Victorian, ornamental face), GoeschenFraktur (1880-style Fraktur used in Sammlung Göschen books), Makushka, MakushkaKontura, MakushkaQuadriga, MakushkaSecunda, Moderne3DSchwabacher, ModerneGekippteSchwabacher, StrassburgFraktur, TGL0-16 (same as DIN 16), TGL0-17 (same as DIN 17), TGL0-17Alt, Tank (emblems of gas companies), EricaType-Bold, EricaType-BoldItalic, EricaType-Italic, EricaType-Regular (typewriter), ErikaOrmig, Fibel Vienna (2012, a high-legged sans), GreifswalderTengwar-Regular, GreifswalerDeutscheSchrift (German Schreibschrift), Midroba-Regular (a strong mechanical octagonal face), MidrobaSchatten, MMX2010 (futuristic), Präsent60, Rotunda Pommerania (blackletter), TengwarOptime, TengwarOptimeDiagon, cbe-Bold, cbe-BoldItalic, cbe-Italic, cbe.
  • In 2009: 18thCenturyInitials, 18thCenturyKurrent-Regular, 18thCenturyKurrentAlternates, German writing from the 18th century), CentreClaws, CentreClawsBeam1, CentreClawsSlant, Cöntgen Kanzley Regular (blackletter), Cöntgen Kanzley Aufrecht (2009), ElficCaslin, H1N1, Loxembourg1910Shadow (an art nouveau-influenced stencil face), Luxembourg1910, Tschichold, VarietScala (an art deco sans family), Varietee, VarieteeArtist, VarieteeCabaret, VarieteeCascadeur, VarieteeCasino, VarieteeCirque, VarieteeColege, VarieteeConferencier, VarieteeFolies, VarieteeIkarier, VarieteeJongleur, VarieteeMirage, VarieteeRevue, VarieteeTheatre, KochFetteDeutscheSchrift (blackletter), MoradoFelt-Regular (upright connected script), MoradoMarker (2009), MoradoNib, PreussischeVI9 (DIN-like family), PreussischeVI9Linie, PreussischeVI9Schatten-Linie, PreussischeVI9Schatten, SchatternvonPreussischeVI9, Stage (art deco), Ring Matrix (dot matrix), Nathan, Amptmann Script (2009, upright connected script), Cat Shop, Blankenburg (blackletter), Murrx (arched face), Schwaben Alt (1988, bastarda), Vrango, 14LED (Regular, Phattt-Heavy, Rised-Black), 24LED (+Bright, +Grid, +Modul), DIN1451fetteBreitschrift1936-Regular, FibelNord (basic sans family with an architectural twist), FibelSued (family), PaneuropaBankette, PaneuropaCrashbarrier-Black, PaneuropaFreeway, PaneuropaHighway, PaneuropaRoad, PaneuropaStreet, PaneuropaWrongWay, Quirkus (family), RingMatrix (dot matrix family), RingMatrix3D, RingMatrixTwo, DiscipuliBritannica (connected script), GruenewaldVA-Regular (connected school script), Rudelskopfdeutsch-Aufrecht, WiegelLatein (connected school script), WiegelLateinMedium (2009), Morado, Moebius Bicolor (art deco), Elbaris (sans), ElbarisOutline, Nomitais (multiline face), RostockKaligraph, Waschkueche, WaschkuecheGrob-Ultra, WiegelKurrent (traditional German school script), WiegelKurrentMedium, XAyax, XAyaxOutline (2009), Kaufhalle (squarish), Quimbie (art deco), CasaSans-Regular, Elb-Tunnel, MeyneTextur (blackletter), Yiggivoo, TGL 31034-1 (futuristic sans), Beroga (a simple organic sans).
  • Before 2009: Xayax, PreussischeIV44Ausgabe3 (2006, a severe sans), Utusi Star (1989, very condensed all-caps face), Avocado (2006, script face), CbeNormal (2006, script face), Leipzig Fraktur (+Bold) (2006), Berlin Email (2006, a condensed sans family, followed in 2009 by Berlin Email Serif), MaassslicerItalic (2006, a futuristic typeface made for Rudolf Maass + Partner GmbH), Powerweld (a gorgeous avant-garde typeface made for OPTI Pumpen und Technik GmbH), WolgastScript (2005), WolgastTwo (2006, connected script), WolgastTwoBold, ZeichenDreihundert-Regular, ZeichenHundert-Regular, ZeichenVierhundert-Regular, ZeichenZweihundert-Regular (2006, traffic dingbats), Djerba simplified (Arabic font, Computer and Technologie, Hamburg, 1995; it can be downloaded here), Titus FrakturBaltic (1998), TITUS FrakturEast Normal (1998), and TITUS FrakturWest Normal (1998) [which used to be downloadable here; these fonts were retired and the Titus name dropped; most of the glyphs made it to Schwaben Alt].

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The list of his truetype and opentype typefaces as of 2011: 18thCenturyInitials, 18thCenturyKurrentStart, 18thCenturyKurrentText, Alfabilder, AlteDIN1451Mittelschrift, AlteDIN1451Mittelschriftgepraegt, AmptmannScript, ApolloASM, Avocado, Barnroof, BerlinEmail, BerlinEmail2, BerlinEmailBold, BerlinEmailBold, BerlinEmailHeavy, BerlinEmailHeavy, BerlinEmailOutline, BerlinEmailOutline, BerlinEmailSchaddow, BerlinEmailSchaddow, BerlinEmailSemibold-Bold, BerlinEmailSemibold-Bold, BerlinEmailSerif, BerlinEmailSerif, BerlinEmailSerifSemibold, BerlinEmailSerifSemibold, BerlinEmailSerifShadow, BerlinEmailWideSemibold, BerlinEmailWideSemibold, Beroga, Beroga, BerogaFettig-Bold, BerogaFettig-Bold, BertholdMainzerFrakturUNZ1A-Italic, BertholdMainzerFrakturUNZ1A, BertholdrMainzerFraktur, Blankenburg-Regular, BlankenburgUNZ1A-Italic, BlankenburgUNZ1A, CasaSans-Regular, CasaSans, CasaSansFettig-Bold, CatShop, CentreClaws, CentreClawsBeam1, CentreClawsSlant, ChunkFiveEx, CntgenKanzley-Regular, CntgenKanzleyAufrecht, DIN1451fetteBreitschrift1936-Regular, DiscipuliBritannica, DiscipuliBritannicaBold, Doergon-Regular, DoergonBackshift, DoergonShift, DoergonWave-Regular, Elb-Tunnel, Elb-TunnelSchatten, Elbaris, ElbarisOutline, ElficCaslin, EricaType-Bold, EricaType-BoldItalic, EricaType-Italic, EricaType-Regular, ErikaOrmig, Eureka, FibelNord-Bold, FibelNord-BoldItalic, FibelNord-Italic, FibelNord, FibelNordKontur, FibelSued-Bold, FibelSued-BoldItalic, FibelSued-Italic, FibelSued, FibelSuedKontur, GoeschenFraktur, GoeschenFrakturUNZ1A-Italic, GoeschenFrakturUNZ1A, Gondrin, GreifswalderTengwar-Regular, GreifswalerDeutscheSchrift, GruenewaldVA-Regular, GruenewaldVA1.Klasse, GruenewaldVA3.Klasse, H1N1, HelvetiaVerbundene, KochFetteDeutscheSchrift, KochFetteDeutscheSchriftUNZ1A-Italic, KochFetteDeutscheSchriftUNZ1A, LeipzigFrakturBold, LeipzigFrakturHeavy-ExtraBold, LeipzigFrakturLF-Bold, LeipzigFrakturLF-Normal, LeipzigFrakturNormal, LeipzigFrakturUNZ1A-Bold, LeipzigFrakturUNZ1A-BoldItalic, LeipzigFrakturUNZ1A-Italic, LeipzigFrakturUNZ1A, Luxembourg1910, Luxembourg1910Contur, Luxembourg1910Ombre, MMX2010-Regular, Maassslicer3D, Maassslicer3D, MaassslicerItalic, MaassslicerItalic, Makushka, MakushkaKontura, MakushkaQuadriga, MakushkaSecunda, MeyneTextur, MeyneTexturUNZ1A-Italic, MeyneTexturUNZ1A, Midroba-Regular, MidrobaSchatten, Moderne3DSchwabacher, ModerneFetteSchwabacher, ModerneFetteSchwabacherUNZ1A-Italic, ModerneFetteSchwabacherUNZ1A, ModerneGekippteSchwabacher, MoradoFelt-Regular, MoradoMarker, MoradoNib, MoradoSharp-Regular, Murrx, Nathan-CondensedRegular, Nathan-ExpandedRegular, Nathan-Semi-expandedRegular, Nathan, NathanAlternates-CondensedRegular, NathanAlternates-ExpandedRegular, NathanAlternates-Semi-expandedRegular, NathanAlternates, Nomitais, Nomitais, Numikki, Numukki-Italic, Numukki-Italic, Numukki, Powerweld, PreussischeIV44Ausgabe3, PreussischeIV44Ausgabe3, PreussischeVI9, PreussischeVI9Linie, PreussischeVI9Schatten-Linie, PreussischeVI9Schatten, Proletarsk, Prsent60, Quimbie, Quimbie3D, QuimbieShaddow, QuimbieUH, Quirkus-Bold, Quirkus-BoldItalic, Quirkus-Italic, Quirkus, QuirkusOut, QuirkusUpsideDown, RostockKaligraph, RotundaPommerania, RotundaPommeraniaUNZ1A-Italic, RotundaPommeraniaUNZ1A, Rudelskopfdeutsch-Aufrecht, SchatternvonPreussischeVI9, Schulfibel-Nord-Linie-2, SchwabenAlt-Bold, SchwabenAltUNZ1A-Italic, SchwabenAltUNZ1A, Stage, StrassburgFraktur-Regular, TGL0-16, TGL0-17, TGL0-17Alt, TGL31034-1, TGL31034-1, TGL31034-2, TGL31034-2, Tank, TengwarOptime, TengwarOptimeDiagon, TitilliumMaps29L-1wt, TitilliumMaps29L-400wt, TitilliumMaps29L-800wt, TitilliumMaps29L-999wt, TitilliumText22L-1wt, TitilliumText22L-250wt, TitilliumText22L-400wt, TitilliumText22L-600wt, TitilliumText22L-800wt, TitilliumText22L-999wt, TitilliumTitle20, UtusiStar-Bold, UtusiStar, VarietScala, Varietee, VarieteeArtist, VarieteeCabaret, VarieteeCascadeur, VarieteeCasino, VarieteeCirque, VarieteeColege, VarieteeConferencier, VarieteeFolies, VarieteeIkarier, VarieteeJongleur, VarieteeMirage, VarieteeRevue, VarieteeTheatre, Via-A-Vis, Vrng, Waschkueche, Waschkueche, WaschkuecheGrob-Ultra, WaschkuecheGrob-Ultra, WiegelKurrent, WiegelKurrent, WiegelKurrentMedium, WiegelKurrentMedium, WiegelLatein, WiegelLateinMedium, WolgastScript, WolgastScript, WolgastTwo, WolgastTwo, WolgastTwoBold, WolgastTwoBold, XAyax, XAyax, XAyaxOutline, XAyaxOutline, YiggivooUnicode-Italic, YiggivooUnicode-Italic, YiggivooUnicode, YiggivooUnicode, YiggivooUnicode3D-Italic, YiggivooUnicode3D-Italic, YiggivooUnicode3D, YiggivooUnicode3D, ZeichenDreihundert-Regular, ZeichenDreihundertAlt, ZeichenHundert-Regular, ZeichenHundertAlt, ZeichenVierhundert-Regular, ZeichenZweihundert-Regular, ZeichenZweihundertAlt, cbe-Bold, cbe-BoldItalic, cbe-Italic, cbe, kaufhalle, kaufhalle, kaufhalleblech, kaufhalleblech, moebius.

His type 1 fonts as of 2011: Avocado, BerlinEmail, BerlinEmail2, BerlinEmailBold, BerlinEmailHeavy, BerlinEmailOutline, BerlinEmailSchaddow, BerlinEmailSemibold-Bold, BerlinEmailSerif, BerlinEmailSerifSemibold, BerlinEmailSerifShadow, BerlinEmailWideSemibold, Beroga, BerogaFettig-Bold, CasaSans, Elb-Tunnel, Elb-TunnelSchatten, Maassslicer3D, MaassslicerItalic, Numukki-Italic, Numukki, Powerweld, PreussischeIV44Ausgabe3, Quimbie, QuimbieUH, RostockKaligraph, TGL31034-1, TGL31034-2, UtusiStar-Bold, UtusiStar, Waschkueche, WaschkuecheGrob-Ultra, WolgastScript, WolgastTwo, WolgastTwoBold, YiggivooUnicode-Italic, YiggivooUnicode, YiggivooUnicode3D-Italic, YiggivooUnicode3D, cbe-Bold, cbe-BoldItalic, cbe-Italic, cbe, kaufhalle, kaufhalleblech.

A list of typefaces in alphabetical order, with descriptive comments provided by Reynir Heidberg Stefansson from Iceland: 18th Century Kurrent (Kurrent-style handwriting, Wiegel-coded), Alfabilder (Alphabetic picture font for the German alphabet), Amptmann Script (Partly-connected, upright writing, used on Prussian Railways pattern drawings), ApolloASM (Jugendstil, vaguely resembling an ornate Bocklin), Avocado (Handwriting, broad-nib pen-style), Berlin Email (Narrow sans-serif, based on emailled signage; Wiegel-coded), Berlin Email Serif (Narrow serif, based on emailled signage; Wiegel-coded), Beroga (All-minuscule, rounded marker-style sans-serif with ca. 8° slope), Berthold Mainzer Fraktur (Fraktur in Wiegel (Regular only) and UNZ1(A) coding), Blankenburg (Semicondensed Tannenberg in Wiegel (Regular only) and UNZ1(A) coding), Casa Sans (Squarish, broad-nib pen-style block writing), CatShop (Serif, soft of an acid-washed didone), cbe Normal (Sans-serif, narrow, somewhat cuneiform), Centre Claws (Sans-serif, Art Deco display, a bit like Broadway), Cöntgen Kanzlei (Cöntgen Kanzley) (Fraktur-based calligraphy by Heinrich Hugo Cöntgen, Wiegel coding), DiffiKult (Sans-serif, display, no horizontal lines), DIN 1451 fette Breitschrift 1936 (The now-withdrawn Wide version of DIN 1451 traffic font), Discipuli Britannica (UK school handwriting), Doergon (Slab-serif, narrow-ish, all majuscule), CAT Eckmann, Elabris (Elbaris) (Sans-serif, caps/smallcaps, shades of DIN1451 Engschrift), Elb-Tunnel (Sans-serif, based on signage in the old Elbe tunnel in Hamburg), Elbic Caslon (Elfic Caslon, Elfic Caslin) (a Caslon for the Queen Galadriel), Erika Type (Erica Type) (Slab-serif, typewriter, comes from Wiegel's old Erika typewriter), Eureka (Serif, caps/smallcaps, Art Deco/Jugendstil), Fibel Nord (2009, sans-serif, based on German school primer), Fibel Sued (2009, sans-serif, based on German school primer), Fibel Vienna (Sans-serif, based on Austrian school primer), Fundamental Brigade (Sans-serif, geometric, some UNZ1 ligatures), Göschen Fraktur (Goeschen Fraktur) (Fraktur with a biblical feel, Wiegel (Rg only) and UNZ1 coding), Gondrini (Gondrin) (Sans-serif, geometric, display, shaded outlines, cookie-cutter), Greifswalder Deutsche Schrift (Handwriting, based on Rudolf Koch's Offenbacher Kurrent, Wiegel coding), Greifswalder Tengwar (Tengwar handwriting in Offenbach style), Gruenewald VA (Latin-style schoolhand, Wiegel coding), H1N1 (Heavy display typeface made of parallel wavetrains), Hardman (Heavy, wide, squarish logotype with connecting letters), Helvetia Verbundene (Swiss handwriting), Immermann (Display, resembles a seriffed Radio/Rundfunk, UNZ1 coding), Kaufhalle (Display, recreation of HO Kaufhalle logotype), Koch Fette Deutsche Schrift (Very plain fraktur, Wiegel (Rg only) and UNZ1 coding), Leipzig Fraktur (Fraktur for bread text, Wiegel coding), Leipzig Fraktur UNZ1A (Fraktur for bread text), Luxembourg 1910 (Sans-serif, Jugendstil display typeface from old spice drawers), Maass Slicer (Maassslicer) (Sans-serif, oblique display face, orig. logotype), Makushka (Sort-of an Elabris with minuscules, looks overlayable), Men Nefer (Slab-serif, geometric, UNZ1 coding), Midroba (Spur-serif, display, all-majuscule, heavy, octal), MMX2010 (Sans-serif, display, caps/smallcaps, TV game machine feel), Moderne Schwabacher (Heavily reworked, Wiegel coding), Moderne Fette Schwabacher UNZ1A (Heavily reworked, Wiegel coding), Möbius (moebius) (Sans-serif, display, bicolour (u/c = non-spacing fills, l/c = spacing outlines)), Morado (Connected handwriting with nib or marker pen), Murrx (Heavy display typeface made from ellipsoids on NE-SW axis), Mutter Krause (Serif, slanting, Jugendstil-feel), CAT Neuzeit and CAT Neuzeit Schatten (2012-2014), Nathan (Slab-serif, hand-drawn.), Nomatais (Nomitais) (Elabris with multiple levels of outlines), Numukki (Conlang, knotted-line, good for separators and scenebreaks), Powerweld (Sans-serif, Bauhaus style, all-minuscule), Präsent 60 (PI font with various East German logos), Preussische IV 44 (PreussischeIV44Ausgabe3) (Repro of Prussian Railways pattern type IV 44 version 3), Preussische VI 9 (Repro of Prussian Railways pattern type VI 9 version 2), Proletarsk (Sans-serif, monoline, doubled-up questionmark), Quast (Brush type, all-majuscule, very rough outline), Quimbie (Sans-serif, all-majuscule, resembles Amelia), Quirkus (Sans-serif), Ring Matrix (LED matrix with ring LEDs, solid LEDs and ring LEDs with shadow), Rostock Kaligraph (Very round calligraphy, resembles rotunda), Rotunda Pommerania (Rotunda style, Wiegel-code (Regular only) or UNZ1-coded), Rudelskopf deutsch (Sans-serif, based on Kurrent-style letterforms), Schwaben Alt (Schwabacher in Wiegel- (Rg only) or UNZ1-coding.), Stage (Sans-serif, narrow, Art Deco, fleeting taste of Broadway), Strassburg Fraktur (Handwritten fraktur, ornate majuscules, Wiegel-coding), Tank (PI font with (gas/petrol) tank station logos), TengwarOptime (Optima for Tengwar), TGL 0-16/0-17 (East German versions of DIN 16 and DIN 17 blueprint types), TGL 31034-1, TGL 31034-2 (East German versions of DIN 6776 / DIN EN ISO 3098 blueprint types), Utusi Star (Sans-serif, slight resemblance with Rundfunk), Varieté (Sans-serif, all-majuscule or caps/smallcaps), Vis-A-Vis (Serif, all-majuscule, split in middle), Volk Redis (Kurrent handwriting, anno 1930-1941), Vrångö (LED matrix type like Ring Matrix), Waschküche (Serif, resembles Antykwa Torunska), Wiegel Kurrent (Kurrent-style handwriting), Wiegel Latein (Latin-style handwriting), Wolgast Script (Sloppy-looking handwriting with a broad-nib pen), Wolgast Two (Latin/Cyrillic handwriting), XAyax (Serif, Jugendstil, narrow, all-majuscule), Yiggivoo Unicode (Sans-serif, wide, tall x, board game packaging feel), Youbilee (PI font with various jubilee laurels), Verkehrszeichen (Zeichen) (PI fonts with traffic signs (in layers)), Verkehrszeichen alt (Zeichen Alt) (PI fonts with old traffic signs (in layers)).

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Cecilia Ann Harris
[Letters by Wordsworth]

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Cecilia Payseur

Graphic designer in Charlotte, NC, who during her internship with Arzberger Stationers, created some caps typefaces in 2011; Flora (floriated), Suzy (oriental simulation), Caroline (calligraphic), Sassie (Victorian), and a blackletter face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Celebrity Fontz
[Jose Jimenez]

Specializing in celebrity signature fonts, this Arcadia, CA-based foundry (est. 2008) is run by Jose Jimenez (b. Costa Mesa, CA, 1963). MyFonts link. It sells the following typefaces: Nursery Rhyme Initials (2004), Hire Me (2009), American Presidents (2008: a collection of all 44 U.S. Presidential signatures including Barack Obama), Signers of the Declaration of Independence (2008: a collection of all 56 signers of America's Declaration of Indepdendence).

In 2009, they added Tough Dude (childish handwriting), Western Americana (famous signatures), and Coulant Classique (calligraphic).

In 2010, he created a mix of calligraphy and brush in Classic Cool, as well as an ordinary hand-printed Wet Pussycat, and the all caps typefaces Snowflake Drop Caps, Crumpled Parchment (grunge), Mauro Poggi Ornamental Caps, and Flowery Drop Caps. Lil'Punk (2010) is a grungy hand-printed face. 20th Century German (2010), Maurice Dufrene Initials (2010, art nouveau) and Sassa Mixed (2010, inspired by Swiss art from 1939) are ornamental caps typefaces.

First Ladies (2011) consists of signatures of first ladies. Parisian Ornamentals (2011) is an ornamental shadow caps typeface modeled after an alleged 1810 design by J. Gillé [ahem, Gillé died in 1789...]. Other 2011 designs: Landscape Alphabet, Hollywood Stars (signatures), American Revolution (signatures), American Authors.

In 2012, he published Cartoon Characters Vol. 1, Medieval Times (illuminated caps), Pretzel Dough, Cats (alphadings), Bellflower (Victorian caps), Florid Renaissance (floriated caps), Victorian Ornamentals, Griffith Initials, Mother's Hand, Art Deco Flowery Initials (which are Victorian or art nouveau, and not really art deco in my view), Santerini Initials (inspired by Italian hand-etched designs dating back to 1839), 19th Century American Initials (art nouveau ornamental caps), Godfrey Sykes Initials (inspired by the decorations of Godfrey Sykes, whose work was greatly influenced by that of Raphael and Michelangelo), Alphabet of Death (a series of Northern-Renaissance-style woodcut letters based on the work of Hans Holbein the Younger), Lombardia Illuminata (Lombardic ornamental capitals), Straight Angles, Body Art (silhouettes), Italian Gothic (a full set of decorative initials inspired by 16th-century Italian calligrapher Giovanni Battista Palatino), Letters And Lace (ornamental caps), 26 Flowers (floriated drop caps), Brushwork (oriental brush face), Sfondo Fiorito (flourished caps).

Typefaces from 2013: English Monarchs (signatures of British monarchs), Kitchen Utensils (ornamental caps), Devilish, Papillon Woodcuts (a digital revival of an ornate alphabet by French engraver Jean-Michel Papillon dating back to 1760).

Typefaces from 2015: Kids at Play (ornamental caps).

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Central Type Foundry

Foundry from St. Louis, est. 1872. It became "Central Division of ATF" in 1893. Discussion of its types by McGrew. Digitizations:

  • Spiral was the basis of the curly revival Hasta La Pasta (2005, Nick Curtis).
  • Raphael (1885) was digitized at Linotype / Monotype. It is an art nouveau display typeface with lots of swashy flair. Check the Adobe version (1974-1995).
  • Monument is a Solotype revival of a 1893 typeface by the Boston Type Foundry (which was also cast at the Central Type Foundry).
  • Harpers was designed for the popular newsweekly of the same name. It was digitally revived in 2009 by Nick Curtis as Weekly Bazaar NF.
  • Oh You Klid NF (2009, Nick Curtis) is based on the Victorian typeface Euclid from the 1880s.
  • Multiform, created for coloring. No known digitization.
  • Quaint Roman: a great hand-drawn alphabet. Khnown digitizations include Eglantine (David Nalle, Scriptorium), MiTica (2020, Rafael Ferran i Peralta), Bushwhacked NF (Nick Curtis) and Romanche (1992-1993, Thomas E. Harvey).
  • An 1880 typeface was revived in 2011 by Claude Pelletier as Euclid CP (free download).
  • Gloriosus NF (2014, Nick Curtis) revives Apollo.
  • Chuck Mountain revived Othello (1892) as Chausson CF (2020).
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Cenz Qobbal

Malaysian designer (b. 1984) based in Petaling Jaya.

Creator of these typefaces in 2012: Afro, Stitches (stitch font), Pop Jazz, Galah Panjang, Bunga Cengkih, Senandung Malam (Victorian all caps family), Kunang Kunang, Raja Drama (hairline avant garde sans), Piring Hitam (Peignotian sans), Dayang Senandung (hairline caps), Kaberet (a squarish outlined typeface), Kata Bidalan (hairline sans), Halusinasi (hallucination), Pak Pandir, Primadona, Mohsuri, Badang (a strong sans), Si LuNcai (monoline geometric sans), Kata Bidalon (a hairline avant garde sans), ContenG (grungy), Chempaka, Retak Seribu, Batik Indo (a textured typeface), Berus Rambut Kuda, Usang (sketched face), Songket (textured caps), Ugly Hand Writing, Dedaun (floriated), The Garden (ornamental caps), Seni Pop (a textured typeface), Modern Kerawang (ornamental caps), Cakar Ayam (scratchy hand), Sticky Notes, and Kerawang (ornamental caps).

Typefaces from 2013: Selari (bilined), Haru Biru (bilined).

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Ch. Rud & Son

London-based foundry, active at the end of the 19th century. Creators of the Victorian/almost art nouveau typeface Artistique Recherche. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Charles Emil Heyer

Chicago-based punch-cutter, 1841 (Berlin, b. Carl Emil Heyer)-1897 (Chicago). His typefaces have late Victorian and early art nouveau elements:

  • At BBS: Armenian (+Extended) (1879), Calumet (1887), Castle (1888, a clean basic sans), Challenge Lightface (1888), Fair (1893), Fair Open (1891), Grant No. 2 (1892), Heyer, Jewel Script (1888), La Salle (1889), Lakeside Script (1883), Lyric (+Lightface Lyric, 1882; in 1925 renamed to Greeting Card (+Light)), Maltese (+Open) (1878), Mayo, Myrtle Script (1885), Occident (+Shaded) (1881), Opaque, Plate Script, Princess Script (1887), Princeton, Solar (1888), Sylvan Text.
  • At Boston Type Foundry: Bank Note Italic Ornamented (1874 or 1875), Compressed Black (1875), Copperplate Italic (1875), Harlem (+Open, +Shade) (1875), Karnac (1874 [note: not sure this was done at Boston Type Foundry]), Mayence (1875), Nubian (1876), Rococo (1876), Vienna (1875).
  • At Western Type Foundry: Circular Gothic No. 44 (1879). For a revival, see Foundation Sans Number 44 (Henrik Kubel, 2018).
List of patents taken on fonts, by date: 1879: Armenian extended, unnamed art nouveau face, unnamed BBS face. 1880: unnamed BBS face, unnamed BBS face. 1881: blackletter face, unnamed BBS face, unnamed BBS face, unnamed BBS face, unnamed BBS face. 1882: unnamed BBS face, unnamed BBS face, unnamed BBS face, unnamed BBS face. 1883: unnamed BBS face. 1884: unnamed art nouveau face, unnamed art nouveau face, unnamed art nouveau face, unnamed BBS face. 1886: unnamed BBS face, borders. 1887: School Script for BBS, unnamed BBS face, unnamed BBS face. 1888: unnamed BBS face, unnamed BBS face. 1891: ornaments for BBS. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Charles Henry Beeler

Type designer, b. 1855 Philadelphia, d. 1934. He made a condensed sans serif issued by Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan foundry in 1887, and digitally revived as Roundhead by Dan Solo (Solotype). In fact, this type already appears in an 1883 specimen book by Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan. For a second revival of Roundhead, see LevellerNF (2014, Nick Curtis).

Still at Mackellar, he created a fist-based alphading typeface in 1891. Hansard (1887) and Telegraph (1895), Victorian designs, were also revived by Dan Solo. Manifesto Bold (2003, Dan Solo) is a further revival.

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Christian Munk

Danish designer (b. 1991), aka CMunk, who used FontStruct to create most of his typefaces. Dafont link.

In 2008 he designed Flag Semaphore (+Smooth, Peace), Articulate, Font from NATO (military slab serif), Glockenwerk (pixel clock font), Glockenwerk Uhrzeit, Flags-and-NATO (dingbats), Font from NATO alpha, Tall, Flying-Circus (Western showtime typeface to imitate the Monty Python titling font), LCD-display, Simple (stencil font with 700 glyphs), TMNT, Tetris, sharp-pixels, Raster, Quad (nice stencil face), Inverted, Propaganda (Cyrillic font simulation), Empty Monospace, Pride, Stadium, Rounded, Dear God (script pixel face), Celtic Style.

In 2009, he added 7x12 Pixel Mono, @bcde, Abstract Letter Patterns, Music, Texture, Diagonal, Gothic, Illusio, Unispace (typewriter type), Narrow Serif, Delta, Alien Double (great!), Donut, Flags-and-NATO, Simple-Fraktur-Initial, Simple-Fraktur, Texture, Friendly Serif, (+Soft), Invisible, Sharp, Heavy Diacritics, Concentrium, Continuous Digital Display, Elves, Pixies, Space Movie (+Ligatures), Flag Semaphore (+Smooth, +Peace), Articulate, BBT Biline Twist, Biline Twist, Empty Monospace, Unfix, Infix, Pride, Tyre Stencil (like tire threads---nifty...), and Overlap.

FontStructions from 2010: Even (gridded), Brilliance, Slalom Vision, Quirky Serif, 7x12PixelMono, Ball Terminator, Gearbox, Prefix, Upside Down, Way Too Small (a minimalist pixel face), Butterfly, Ribbon Gymnastics, 2D Barcode, Horizon Stencil, Biline Twist, Blocktur, Symmetricus (alien writing?).

FontStructions in 2011: 12 dice, Monotwist (tall, monospaced), Squarific (fat octagonal), Swirl (curly), Sweet (Victorian), Easter Eggs, 50 Fifty (experimental, geometric), Squarific (+Stencilious), Spiralix (spiral-themed for Latin and Cyrillic), Bloccus, Feet (monospaced).

Creations from 2012: Düpbøl (German expressionist face), Slice, Blocktur, Alien Double, 7:12 serif (pixel face), Blick, Dry Heat (Isolates and Initials, Medials, Finals: an Arabic simulation family), FF9 Coin Slots, FF8 Untalic, FF7 w1de, FF6 Lean Mean, FF5 Bamana, FF4 Circulation, FF3 3times7, FF3 Runization, FF1 Glitchy, Squared, Puzzlish, Steep, Digitalis (octagonal), 50 Fifty (artsy and geometric), Monotwist, Infix. FF stands for Forgotten Fonts.

Typefaces made in 2013: Ribbons And Banners, Digital Rome (pixel face), Censorship, Interlock, Bouma, Glaedelig Script, Hand XL Smooth, Vascomat, Spitzschtruct (emulation of Suetterlin), Neonic, Fish Scales, 7:12 Serif, Analogly, Squarific Fraktastic, Metro Sans (pixelish).

Typefaces from 2014: Word Games, Shadows, Yuuroppuna pixel, Spines, Numbers, Tal Dansk, Zahlen Deutsch, Insular Typewriter, Nudge Nudge (dot matrix), 7:12 Serif (monospaced pixel font), Jovian, Squarafic Fraktastic, Computer Says No, Runic, Fluorescent (neon tube typeface).

Typefaces from 2015: Hexagonia, Kapow (a comic book font), Fauxreign (a Thai emulation font).

Typefaces from 2016: Ziplock (art deco), Vexillum (maritime signal flags).

Typefaces from 2019: Drop Cap (Lombardic), Fun with Cubes (3d). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christie Liberatore

American graphic designer from Baltimore, MD, who studied in SVA;'s Masters program in Rome in 2012. Roman signage inspired her in the creation of four alphabets in 2012: Sermoneta (Victorian), Giolitti (Victorian), Credito Italiano (Victorian), and Deccio (avant-garde).

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Christina Fountain

Lawrence, KS-based graphic designer who created the Victorian typeface Ophelia (2012) and the beautiful blackboard bold typeface Gilded (2014) dedicated to the roaring twenties. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christina Torre

Co-designer with Richard Kegler of several fonts at P22 type foundry, which she joined in 2000. She graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a BA in Communication Design. She worked at the Pushpin Group in NYC and at Dog Eat Dog Advertising, Inc. in Buffalo, NY. Her typefaces:

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Christopher K. Wright

Originally from Brooklyn, Christopher K. Wright now teaches graphic design, web design and typography at Indian River State College in Florida. He created the commercial curly Victorian typeface family Exposition (2014). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christopher Kebblewhite

During his studies at Design College Australia, Christopher Kebblewhite created Neaves (2015), a custom serif font inspired by a masthead from an 1890's Ladies Home Journal. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christopher Laughlin

American graphic and type designer who created Semester (a curly almost Victorian script) and Joseph Venetian (almost blackletter) in 2009. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chuck Davis
[Letterhead Fonts]

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Chyrllene Albuquerque

Aka Chyrllene K. Daughter of Iza W, who designed many typefaces at Intellecta Design starting in 2010. She studied applied mathematics and graphic design, and works as COO of Intellecta Design. In 2013, she wrote a thesis entitled Revival Tipografico at Faculdades Integradas Barros Melo, Brazil. Based in Recife, Brazil, she is credited with these typefaces:

  • Naive Ornaments (2012, with Iza W).
  • Calligraphic Birds (2012, with Iza W).
  • ABC Hand (2011). A sign language face.
  • Pencraft (2010): a penmanship typeface with uppercase based on Swagger Capitals (Carl Stephen Junge, at Barnhart Brothers&Spindler), and lowercase based on Sidney Gaunt's Pencraft Oldstyle series (1914), as displayed in the BBS catalog from 1922.
  • Eingraviert Dutch Capitals (2009). An engraved typeface.
  • Vintage Hands (2012). A set of fists and penman's hands.
  • Bonsai Paufo (2010): a dingbat face.
  • Floreart (2012). With Iza W.
  • Jugendstil Flowers (2011).
  • Libertee Ornaments (2011): an elegant art nouveau typeface done with Paulo W.
  • MesoAmerican (+Two) (2011): native Indian dingbat typefaces.
  • Tribalism (2011): three typefaces with ornaments and fleurons, done together with Iza W and Paulo W.
  • Cripto (2011). With Paulo W.
  • Soft Garden (2012). With Iza W.
  • Bruce 1065 Soft Serifs (2011). Very Victorian. With Iza W.
  • Victorian Advertizing (2011).
  • Gothic Revival Layered (2012). One of the first layered blackletter typefaces anywhere.
  • Forte (2013) is a fee brush font in the style of Forte MT (1962, Carl Reissberger).
  • Tribalism (2011). Three fonts with penmanship-style flourishes.
  • Enchiridion (2012).
  • Azalleia Ornaments (2012). With Iza W.

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Clarence Pearson Hornung
[Dick Pape]

Prolific author, b. 1899. His books include the typographically magnificent Handbook of Early Advertising Art, Mainly from American Sources (Dover, 2 volumes). The typeface Lexington is attributed to him, as Mac McGrew writes: Lexington is a font of shaded and decorated letters and figures, drawn for ATF by Wadsworth A. Parker in 1926, from a design by Clarence P. Hornung. It is an ornamental form of roman letter, with curly serifs, and tendrils at the ends of light strokes. It was recast in 1954, and copied in one size by Los Angeles Type.

The book Early Advertising Alphabets, Initials and Typographic Ornaments (1956), edited by Clarence P. Hornung, led Dick Pape to creates these digital fonts in 2008: AltDeutsch, Amorette1889, ArabesqueDesign, BreiteEgyptienne (2008), BreiteverzierteClarendon, ChiswickPressGothicInitials, EarlyScrollAlphabet, EarlySignboards, EnglandInitials1880, ErhardDatdolt, FlorentineInitials, FlorentineInitialsReverse (2008), GothicChancery1880s, GothicClosedLetter (2009-2010, Lombardic), Hollandisch-Gothic (2010), JudendstilAlphabet (2009), LilyoftheValley, Papillon 1760 [First shown in Paris in 1760, and reprinted by Clarence P Hornung in Dover Pictorial Archive Series: Early Advertising Alphabets, Initials and Typographic Ornaments (1956, Dover Publications). Hornung's images inspired Pape's typeface], Phantasie (2009-2010), Romaine Midolline (2010), RomanPrintShaded (2010, ornamental roman caps), RusticAlphabet, SilhouetteInitials1880, TheTerrorsofNightLife, VerzierteAltGothic, VerzierteGothic, VictoriaGingerbread1890 (2007).

Klingspor link.

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Clarendon

A discussion on Typophile regarding the history of Clarendon and good versions. This site provides additional information. A summary:

  • The original Clarendon is due to Robert Besley (1845). Robert Bringhurst writes: Clarendon is the name of a whole genus of Victorian typefaces, spawned by a font cut by Benjamin Fox for Robert Besley at the Fann Street Foundry, London, in 1845. These typefaces reflect the hearty, stolid, bland, unstoppable aspects of the British Empire. They lack cultivation, but they also lack menace and guile. They squint and stand their ground, but they do not glare. In other words, they consist of thick strokes melding into thick slab serifs, fat ball terminals, vertical axis, large eye, low contrast and tiny aperture. The original had no italic, as the typeface had nothing of the fluent hand or sculpted nib left in its pedigree.
  • Robert Bringhurst: Herman Eidenbenz drew a revival Clarendon for Haas Foundry in Münchenstein, Switzerland, in 1951, and in 1962 the foundry finally added the light weight that transformed the series, paring it down from premodern ponderousness to postmodern insubstantiality. Clarendon LT (Linotype) is the digital version of this typeface (Linotype says that the typeface was created in 1953, contradicting Bringhurst).
  • Freeman "Jerry" Craw designed the Craw Clarendon (Book and Condensed) at ATF in 1955-1960. It is available, e.g., as Craw Clarendon EF, OPTI Craw Clarendon, and Craw Clarendon (2013, Jordan Davies).
  • Contemporary Clarendons include Font Bureau's Giza, Storm's Farao and Hoefler's Proteus.

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Clarendon

The original Clarendon is due to Robert Besley (1845). Robert Bringhurst writes: Clarendon is the name of a whole genus of Victorian typefaces, spawned by a font cut by Benjamin Fox for Robert Besley at the Fann Street Foundry, London, in 1845. These typefaces reflect the hearty, stolid, bland, unstoppable aspects of the British Empire. They lack cultivation, but they also lack menace and guile. They squint and stand their ground, but they do not glare. In other words, they consist of thick strokes melding into thick slab serifs, fat ball terminals, vertical axis, large eye, low contrast and tiny aperture. The original had no italic, as the typeface had nothing of the fluent hand or sculpted nib left in its pedigree.

Mac McGrew adds: Clarendon is a traditional English style of typeface, dating from the 1840s, the name coming from the Clarendon Press at Oxford, or, according to some sources, from Britain's Earl of Clarendon and his interest in that country's Egyptian policies. (Such typefaces were classified as Egyptians, and inspired such later designs as Cairo, Karnak, Memphis, and Stymie.) Early Clarendons were used primarily as titles and display typefaces, for which their strong and sturdy nature was well suited. They have the general structure of romans, but lack the hairlines typical of those typefaces. Being heavier, the traditional Clarendons were often used as boldfaces with romans, before the family idea provided matching boldface designs.

McGrew continues his discussion by pointing out various revivals and typefaces with strong similarities: Similar typefaces were known as Doric or Ionic, before more individualized type names became common; in fact, all three names were sometimes used interchangeably. Most foundries had versions of Clarendon, and sometimes Doric and Ionic, in the nineteenth century, but most of these typefaces were obsolescent by the turn of the century. However, a few were copied by Linotype, Intertype and Monotype, and thus given a renewed lease on life. Clarendon Medium of BB&S was formerly known as Caledonian. ATF had a similar typeface known as Ionic No. 522. Keystone showed Clarendon Condensed in 1890. Clarendon [No. 51 of BB&S was called Winchendon by Hansen, and extended to 48-point. Like many pre-point-system typefaces, some foundries adapted them to point-system standards by casting them on oversize bodies, others on undersize bodies with overhanging descenders. In the later 1950s Stephenson Blake in England revived several of these early Clarendons under the new name of Consort, which became a popular import (and the source of some of our specimens). Consort Bold Condensed is said to be the first Clarendon, of 1845. (Some added members of the Consort family are noted under Popular Imports in the Appendix.) In 1953 a new version of Clarendon was developed by Hermann Eidenbenz for the Haas Type foundry in Switzerland and later acquired by Stempel in Germany. The Haas Clarendon was copied by Linotype in 1966, in light and bold weights, and about the same time Ludlow brought out three weights of essentially the same face. This was created primarily to set the newspaper ads of a large department store, but it was a good addition to the resources of Ludlow. ATF commissioned a modernized rendition of Clarendon from Freeman Craw, and this was brought out in 1955 as Craw Clarendon (q.v.). About 1961 Monotype brought out Clarendon Bold Extended, similar to Craw Clarendon but heavier. Also see Ionic, News with Clarendon, Manila.

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Claude Pelletier

Quebec-based typographer and type designer (aka Diogene) who specializes mainly in revivals of obscure or old typefaces.

Dafont link. Yet another URL. Abfonts carries many of his fonts. Fontspace link.

His typefaces:

  • Aerolite C Pone (2013). A calligraphic connected copperplate script.
  • Angelica CP (2011). After a Fotostar font, Angelica, ca. 1960.
  • Banner Star (2012). An American flag-themed display typeface.
  • Barrio CP (2011). An inline face based on a Neufville original.
  • BeansCP (2010, after a font found on page 10 of Art Deco Display Alphabets: 100 Complete Fonts by Dan X. Solo).
  • Bienetresocial (2003), BienetresocialBold (2003).
  • Bizarre and Bizarrerie (2010; based on Edwards and Inland, both designed in 1895 by Nicholas J. Werner at the Inland Type Foundry; renamed in 1925 by BBS)
  • Bloque Demo (2011). Experimental.
  • Bold (2008)
  • Bolina (2015). A copperplate calligraphic script after Dan X. Solo's alphabet shown on page 12 of Dan X Solo. Script and Cursive Alphabets (1987, Dover).
  • Bonte Divine (2017).
  • Carre (2009, athletic numerals).
  • Caslon CP (2012, based on Caslon 223 Bold).
  • Champignon (1999-2009, a formal calligraphic script)
  • Chartrand (2010, Victorian)
  • Chomage (2009)
  • Chopin Script (1999-2010, calligraphic; after Polonaise by Phil Martin)
  • Constanze Initials (2010). After Constanze Initials by Joachim Romann (1956).
  • Crayonnette (2000)
  • DeClaude (2010, patterned and named after DeVinne)
  • Derniere (1999)
  • Dojo CP (2011)
  • Dynamic CP (2010, based on page 48 of The Solotype Catalog of 4,147 Display Typefaces as Dynamic Deco)
  • Ebony (2011). Based on a Marder&Luse design from 1890. Ebony is on page 38 of 100 Ornamental Alphabets by Dan X. Solo and also on page 43 of The Solotype Catalog of 4,147 Display Typefaces.
  • Embrionic 85 (2012, +Swash Caps) and Embrionic 55 Swash (2012): an ink trap sans display family modeled after Robert Trogman's Embrionic in the FotoStar collection.
  • Essai (2003)
  • Euclid CP (2011): based on an 1880 typeface at Central Type Foundry.
  • Fancy Text (2004, blackletter)
  • Fantaisie1 (1999)
  • Gourmandise (2013), an exquisite Normandian-style didone display typeface.
  • Grandee CP (2014). Claude says that it is based on T.H. Grandee, but that is too cryptic for me...
  • Haricot (2010, a fat modular typeface based on Beans in the Dan Solo catalog)
  • Humeur (2001-2002, funny smilies)
  • IEC5000 (2011). A symbol font with electrical and other icons.
  • Initiales Medium (2011).
  • Jeux Cache (2016). A boxed letter font.
  • JohnHancockCP-Medium (2010, bold didone)
  • Landi Echo (2011). A remake of Landi Echo by Alessandro Butti (1939-1943).
  • La Tribune (2011). A newspaper type.
  • Le Golf or Le Trou (2010, art nouveau typeface by Antoine Szczebanski, digitized by Claude Pelletier; also on page 71 of the Solotype catalog)
  • Les Etoiles (2013): an inline typeface
  • Les Tuyaux (2018). A great slinky font.
  • Lionel CP (2010, a multiline typeface inspired by Letraset's 1973 typeface Stripes)
  • Louisa CP (2015). A free calligraphic copperplate script. Louisa CP is Louisa on page 56 of Script and Cursive Alphabets: 100 Complete Fonts by Dan X. Solo.
  • Malvern (1999)
  • Manquis CP (2012). A roman typeface.
  • Maratre (2013). A delicious connected copperplate calligraphic script that revives (or is almost identical to) François Boltana's Aurore (1993).
  • Monterey Wide (2011). A Tuscan ornamental face, based on a showing on page 22 of The Solotype Catalog of 4,147 Display Typefaces.
  • Motscroises (1997)
  • Niaisage (2012). A lachrymal caps only typeface.
  • Oxford CP (2010, a multiline face, based on the 1960s typeface by Christine Lord)
  • Pasdecourbe (2003)
  • Pasdenom (2001, no punctuation)
  • Peak CP (2020). A revival of VGC's photo font Peak.
  • Pepinot (2012), an art nouveau typeface based on Coral Inline on page 190 of The Solotype Catalog of 4,147 Display Typefaces.
  • Pistilli Roman (2011, after the original by Pistilli)
  • Postface (2012). A bold signage script face.
  • Rita Smith (2012). After Primavera by Rita Major.
  • Rogers, Rogers2 (1997). He says that it is not his font---that he just rearranged the glyphs. According to Claude, can be found in the book Treasury of Authentic Art Nouveau Alphabets, ed. Petzendorfer, Plate 23. It was made in 1902 by A.V. Haight for Inland Type foundry.
  • Salamandre (2012). A tall 19-th century style slab typeface based on Iguana, a design of Sally-Ann Grover.
  • Simplement (2011) is Cut-in Medium on page 163 of The Solotype Catalog of 4,147 Display Typefaces.
  • Stylie Stymus (2012).
  • Threshold (2014).
  • TriangleETcircleShadow, TriangleETcircleShadowed (2010, 3d iron work style face)
  • UptightC (2010, multiline face).
  • Whitin Condensed Black (015). Whitin Condensed Black is Whitin Black Condensed on page 151 of The Solotype Catalog of 4,147 Display Typefaces.
  • YagiUHFNo2 (2012).
  • Zenith CP (2016). A free connected calligraphic (wedding) script typeface.
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Claude Pelletier
[Victorian fonts]

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Cleveland Type Foundry

Foundry in Cleveland that existed from 1875 until 1892, when it was absorbed by ATF. It was also called H.H. Thorpe Mfg. Co. They published Catalogue and Book of Specimens From the Cleveland Type Foundry. The H.H. Thorp Mfg. Co., 147 St. Clair Street, Cleveland, Ohio (176 pages, 1880), Catalogue and Price List of Type and Material (ATF 1893 Specimen) (1893), and Catalogue and book of specimens of type typefaces and printing material and machinery (1895).

Its original designs include Koster Initials and Litho (a curly Victorian typeface digitally revived by Nick Curtis in 2007 as Cleveland Litho NF; Curtis says that it comes from an 1898 specimen book but that contradicts the ATF date). Another Curtis revival, Yum Yum NF (2008) is said to be based on Mikado from an 1893 Cleveland specimen book. And in 2008, Nick Curtis continued with a revival of the geometric display typeface Morning Glory (1893), and a revival of Oxford called Really Big Shoe NF (2009). One of Central type foundry's most famous typefaces is the faux-Chinese font Chinese (1883, later called Mandarin). In 2010, Nick Curtis redid Geometric, a typewriter style face, and called it Linndale Square NF.

In 2013, the Victorian capitals typeface Oxford No. 2 (from the 1893 catalog) provided the inspiration for the digital typeface MFC Damask (Brian J. Bonislawsky and Jim Lyles, Monogram Fonts Co). MFC Damask Flourish (2013) is a floriated caps typeface from the same source. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cob Studios (was: Aidan, or WY Creative)
[Wildan Yakob]

Wildan Yakob (Cob Studios, formerly Aidan, and before that, WY Creative, Bandung, Indonesia) created the spurred vintage typeface Mandon, the spurred Victorian typefaces Zumba and Munozudo, the curly typeface Afatar, the brush script typeface Heina, the curly typeface Bahamastch, the script typeface Ariandi and the vintage decorative typeface Lanedey in 2015.

In 2016, he designed Arthila Script, Noera, Cafetila (a bold script), Willona (brush script), and the connected brush script Mathila Script.

Typefaces from 2017: Varche Caps (sans), Ol Sans (a rounded sans; +Inline), Austic Script (monoline), Justich Brush (watercolor brush), Machost (rounded sans).

Typefaces from 2018: Jachoust (font duo), Bhetanic Signature, Sabita, Lastion, Sadinta. Creative Market link. New Behance link. Newer Creative Market link. Newer Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Coffee Bin Fonts
[Billy Jacobs]

Navarre, OH-based foundry run by artist/designer Billy Jacobs (b. 1958). His font creations are based on 19th century advertising type found in tradecards, catalogs and periodicals from that era.

His 2006 designs: Drugstore, Horsfords, Hoyts German Cologne (art nouveau), Letterhead, Soap Box, The Youths Companion (+Shaded: Victorian).

Klingspor link.

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Colin Brignall

British type designer and art director, born in 1940 (MyFonts.com says 1945, Warwickshire), who was type director at Letraset for some time. In 1980 he became Type Director for Esselte Letraset. In 1995 Brignall moved to ITC. With the closure of ITC's New York office in November 1999, Brignall was re-appointed Type Director for Esselte Letraset. The latest major project in which Brignall was involved was the ITC Johnston series launched in 1999. He received the Type Directors Club Medal at TDC2 in 2001. The Letraset and ITC collections are now owned (via Linotype) by Monotype.

Bio. Bio at Linotype. His fonts include

  • Aachen Bold (1967, Letraset), Aachen Medium (1977, an extension done with Alan Meeks). Digital implementations of Aachen: Aachen (ITC), Aachen (Tilde), Aachen (Adobe), Neue Aachen (ITC), Aachen SH (Scangraphic Digital Type Collection), Aachen SB (Scangraphic Digital Type Collection). In 2012, Jim Wasco (Monotype) extended Aachen to 18 fonts including an italic, called Neue Aachen. Aachen is characterized by short slab serifs, which gives it a retro techno look.
  • Revue (1969), an unsuccessful display face.
  • Countdown (1965, LED simulation face), cyrillicized in 1993 by A. Kustov at TypeMarket.
  • Superstar (1970, an athletic lettering typeface now owned by ITC and sold by MyFonts).
  • Italia (1974; see Istria on the SoftMaker MegaFont XXL CD, 2002, and Revival 791 in the Bitstream collection), Italia Book (1977). Influenced by the Venetian style. Designed for Letraset and then licensed to ITC, where it became ITC Italia.
  • Premier Lightline (1969), an elegant art deco hairline face. For a digital revival, see Pergamon (2012, SoftMaker).
  • Premier Shaded (1970), caps only shaded art deco face.
  • Romic Light (1979-1980). See R790 Roman on Softmaker's XXL CD (2002).
  • Corinthian (1981).
  • Epokha (1992), a 1910 poster style slab serif.
  • Edwardian (1983). Digital versions: Edwardian Medium (ITC), Edwardian (Linotype), Edwardian EF (Elsner&Flake).
  • Harlow (1977-1979), a fifties style keavy monoline display script. The Scangraphic versions are Harlow SB and Harlow SH. Harlow Solid was revived by Felipe Calderon as Melts Script (2017, more an interpretation than a revival). For other digital versions, see Harlekin (2012, SoftMaker), HarlowICG (Image Club Graphics), Harlow (ITC), HarlowD (URW), OPTI Hastings (Castcraft), H652 Script (SoftMaker), and Harrogate (SoftMaker).
  • Octopuss (1970), similar to Harlow. Digital versions exist at ITC and Scangraphic.
  • Tango (1974) [a freefont inspired by Tango can be found in Julius B. Thyssen's Kylie 1996-J], yet another typeface in the spirit of Harlow.
  • Jenson Old Style (1982, with Freda Sack), a Venetian face.
  • Victorian (1976, Letraset; with Freda Sack).
  • Type Embellishments One, Two and Three (1994): handsome ornaments developed in the Letraset Type Studio by Michael Gills and Colin Brignall to complement the Fontek Typeface Library.
  • Retro Bold (1992, a slab serif done with Andrew Smith).
  • ITC Werkstatt (1999, ITC: a hookish Preissig-style typeface developed with Satwinder Sehmi).

FontShop link. Klingspor link.

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Collide 24
[Lena Manger]

Lena Manger works multidisciplinary in the fields of visual communication and graphic design. She graduated from the University of Applied Sciences, Mainz in 2018, and currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. In 2019, Lena Manger and Kevin Moll co-designed the spindly Victorian typeface Mystica Extended. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Corradine Fonts
[Manuel Eduardo Corradine]

Manuel Eduardo Corradine Mora was born in Bogotá in 1973. He graduated from the School of Graphic Design of the National University of Colombia in 1996, and became a graphic designer. He started by custom-designing fonts and by making typefaces for his own company, Casa Papelera El Cedro (The Cedar Papermaking House), for printing invitation cards. With other designers like Carlos Fabián Camargo, John Vargas and César Puertas he formed Tipográfico in 2007 to strengthen the type discipline in Colombia. Corradine Fonts is Manuel Corradine's own foundry in Bogotá, Colombia, founded in 2006. Today, he is one of Colombia's principal type designers. He also teaches at Universidad Piloto de Colombia in Bogota.

Fonts from 2007: Kidwriting (a family which includes Kidwriting Dingbats 1 and 2), Garabata (a fantastic handwriting face), Garabata Dingbats, Hexagona Digital, Quadrat (grunge), Quadrat Old (grunge), Quadrat Dirty (grunge), Quadrat Broken, Quadrat Ugly, Neogot (experimental, 8 styles).

Fonts from 2008: Mucura (handwriting), Prissa (handwriting), Salpicon (a script), Cuento Serif (a bouncy hand-printed family), Memoria (brush script), Charco, Happy Day (comic book family with Happy Day Dingbats), Espectro (a swinging script with swashes and a Dingbats style), Furia (handwriting), Candelaria (based on house signs in the La Candelaria neighborhood of Bogotá), Old Village (1600's style), Old Village Ornaments, Rapidda (a successful simulation of quick handwriting), Hueca (an outline children's script), Antigua (an old swashbuckler family), Colegial (a great-looking hand script), Pincel (a fantastic paint brush family with accompanying splatter dingbats), Trazo (Corradine's handwriting), Arcos (a techno family), Caveman (a primitive stone-look type family), Rumba (two styles; an elegant flowing brush script), Parche (graffiti family), Elegance Monoline (a greeting card script typeface that won an award at Tipos Latinos 2008), Abuelito (script).

Fonts from 2009: Helga (flowing script), Mussica (+Swash, +Antiqued: a delicate Victorian typeface; followed in 2017 by Mussica Italic), Guarapo (hand-printed), Toxic (futuristic stencil), Emotion (comic book face), Bloque 3D, Rock and Cola, Betco's Hand, Telefante (comic book family), Nancy's Hand (more comic book hand-printing), Alambre (multiline/paperclip), Sensual (calligraphic hand), Zape (in the style of Tekton), Antrax Tech (grunge), Masato (handwriting), Hu Kou (oriental simulation).

Fonts fgrom 2010: Miel (a curly script), Oferta (a signage script), Corradine Handwriting (and Corradine Handwriting Italic, 2015), Alberto (connected hand), Changua (hand-printed).

Fonts from 2011: Plebeya (2011, connected hand), Mimi's Hand Connected, Legendaria (an extensive connected calligraphic family).

Fonts from 2012: Tecna (a techno family co-designed with Sergio Ramirez), Neuron (a fantastic 16-style rounded elliptical sans family created together with Sergio Ramirez), Bucanera Soft (blackletter), Bucanera Antiqued (grungy blackletter), Official (a simple monoline sans family), Almibar (a connected calligraphic Spencerian script), Eterea (a roman all-caps family), Eterea LC (the lower case set), Canciller (an italic roman, done with Sergio Ramirez), Quarzo (2012, a formal copperplate script done with Sergio Ramirez).

Typefaces from 2013: Neuron Angled (still with Sergio Ramirez), Alianza Slab (a great-looking slab family), Alianza Italic and Alianza Script (a packaging font), all made jointly by Manuel Eduardo Corradine and Sergio Ramirez.

Typefaces from 2014: Whisky (a large blackletter family with inlines and fills for layering co-designed with Sergio Ramirez; related to German expressionism, it won an award at Tipos Latinos 2016), Whisky Italics, Beauty Script (with Juan Sebastian Rincon), Emblema and Emblema Headline (tall-legged art deco sans family by Duvan Cardenas), Wild Pen (a 1200-glyph set of typefaces that can be used to simulate handwriting thanks to smart replacements in Opentype), Sinffonia (a thin informal typeface with oodles of choices for swashes).

Typefaces from 2015: Be Creative (a vintage display typeface), Typnic (a varied handcrafted layered and script typeface family; rhymes with picnic), Typnic Headline Slab.

Typefaces from 2016: Naugles (thick display face based on the Naugles logo), Scrans (a modern signage script), Bloque (heavy slab family), Bloque Italic.

Typefaces from 2017: Cristal (layered, triangulated and beveled font family, including exquisite Cristal Dingbats and Cristal Frames), Almibar Pro (connected calligraphic script).

Typefaces from 2018: Tierra Script, Pueblito (rustic style).

Typefaces from 2019: Austera Text (a comfortable workhorse serif).

Typefaces from 2020: Kidwriting Pro.

Klingspor link. Behance link. Creative Market link. MyFonts link. Fontspring link. Font Squirrel link.

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Cove 703 (was: ComicVector 703)
[Cundrawan Tan]

Denpasar, Bali-based designer of the curly handcrafted typeface Kerithing (2015), Baline Script (2016) and the watercolor brush typeface Amarill (2016). Typefaces from 2017: The Naturel (woodblock printing style), Balistroke, Rosedita Script (calligraphic), Maheera, Ringotube (2017).

Typefaces from 2019: Tony Bhages (dry brush), James Stroker, Ricky Lhambert, Cleopharta (dry brush), Hardy Blow (dry brush script), Morgan Chalk, Cherry Angela, Christopher Done, Chrusty Rock, Willy Brothers, Zuka Doodle (3d, sketched), Yasmine Rothem, Qinyana Signature, Firyana Beauty, Olivia Dhorgent, Wyntex Brasco, Charlie Zonk, Agnesa Kyoto, Mickey Steward, Becky Tahlia, Boldywolf, Paul Signature, Happy Sunday, Just Mandrawn (sketched), Ghiya Strokes (a dry brush typeface), Jocky Starline, Billy Scriptian, Rose Katrinah, Nugie Romantic (Victorian), Nadia Sofia (bold italic), Golden Ranger, Dharko Gilbert, Kestoy Selfie, Falling Button (a fat finger font), Richie Brusher (dry brush), Rhyanie Lane, Sheila Crayon, Anthem Nasney, Melodya Chatrina, Sandra Belhock, Duck in Shipah, Monster Game, Robert Barack, Hot Restaurant (monoline script), Funshop, Katrine Holland, Shark Ready, Heidy Indigo, Takashi Minta, Ballet Harmony, Knight Jacker (blackletter script), Michael Jackpot (brush font), John Bulgarry (script), Roshida Valentines, (script) The Naturel Txt (a dry brush or wood texture emulation font), Jungle Boy, Shitoberry (script), Baline Script. Creative Market link. Dafont link. Graphicriver link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Craft Graphic (was: Thrift and Thistle)
[Matt Hull]

British free font foundry located in London run by Matt Hull (or Matt Rowan), a graphic designer, web designer and illustrator based in Surrey, UK. Behance link. Creative Market link, where Matt started selling his fonts. Matt's typefaces:

  • Acquaintance is a free rounded hand-drawn display typeface that is best used for headlines.
  • Acta (2019). A weathered label font.
  • Albium (2019). A rounded sans.
  • Aneto (2019). A rounded sans.
  • Baird Sketch Serif (2019).
  • Cavalcade is a free hand-drawn 3d face.
  • Crotched (2012).
  • Delineate is a free handwriting face.
  • Exesa (2019).
  • Flumen (2019).
  • Gaunt is a free uppercase variable-width poster face.
  • Griffonage is a free uppercase chalk/pencil/crayon typeface for a scribble or scrawl style. See also Griffon (2019).
  • Incision (2012). A paper cut out typeface.
  • Jabre (2019). A condensed sans.
  • Ottavia (2019). A simple sans.
  • Meander. Hand-printed.
  • Perplex is a heavy ink script face.
  • Piav (2019). An open single stroke sans.
  • Polpo (2019). Hand-crafted.
  • Quercia (2019). A contemporary slab serif.
  • Sampler (2012). An ornamental caps typeface based upon an original needlework sampler pattern.
  • Selva (2019).
  • Signe (2019). A condensed display typeface.
  • Viscid (2012). A brush face.
  • Winchester (2019). A script typeface.
  • Typefaces from 2013: Franq (poster typeface), Densen, Chroma (a sign painters' font), Mulligan (a hand-drawn Western / Victorian typeface).
  • Typefaces from 2014: Heiter, Viscount (Western typeface).
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Craft Supply
[Nazzar Saputra]

Kediri, Indonesia-based designer of the monoline script and sans typeface Quetty (2017), the rhythmic script font Quitman (2017), the geometric sans typeface Francy (2017), the signage script font Danilla (2017), the all caps sans typeface family Stockport (2017), Stockport Rounded (2017) and the great creamy super-heavy signage script typeface Kidding Script (2017).

Typefaces from 2018: Rustelyn (script), Sweet Buttermilk (Script, Sans), Lucylane (a monoline script), Blusty Script, Riffle (a skyline typeface), Melvis, Deluce (a luxury serif), Dutchy, Aguero (a luxury serif font), Finland, Finland Rounded (rounded monoline sans), Coldiac (an all caps luxury serif), Tigreal (a vintage slab serif), Road Race, Road Race Extra, Logam (sans), Houston Sports (spurred), Studly (a layered font), Morning Gold, Houston Italic, Comodo (sans), Rainly (brush SVG), Offlander (condensed sans), Offlander Rough (free), Salvalyn, Bafora (dry brush SVG font), the sans typeface Bondie Condensed, Bondie Extrude, Troye Serif (display didone), Troye Sans, Troye Script, Boardley Script (layerable retro signage font), Rotterin (a free signage script), Giveny (caps only fashion serif), CS Mulan (Victorian), Pastelyn, Belgium (a distinguished all caps sans), Finland (sans), Rickies (brush), Bravely, Houston (a semi-octagonal font by Wahyu Hadi Yuana), Pommel (a free script by Wahyu Hadi Yuana), Prestage (condensed all caps sans), Prestage Outline, Lovelyn (display serif), Espoir (a Peignotian font by Wahyu Hadi Yuana and Nazzar Saputra), Espoir Serif, CS Juicy (a color font), Retrocycles (monoline display sans), Fadelyn (script and sans), CS Gordon, CS Harley (sans), CS Maria, CS Nancy (sketched), CS Rocky, CS Roger, CS Rosalia, CS Sandreas.

Typefaces from 2019: Giroud (a free copperplate font), Cattus, Rovey, Vendeur, Colbiac, Angelic Bonques Script, Angelic Bonques Sans (a formal sans), Railly (dry brush), Gold Coast (vintage, all caps), Gold Coast Rough, Souther (brush script), Passtyn (Script, Sans), Larissa, Duskey (a weathered vintage typeface by Wahyu Hadi Yuana and Trio Nazzar Saputra), Rolves, Kitten Days, Jadyn Maria (signature script), Betty Rose, Fenord (a heavy sans), Adelya, Groce, Qualey, CS Nancy Inline, Manyland, Marques (wedge serif), Jocker (a vintage layered spurred typeface family), Nordin (sans), Masitha (script), Croco (Peignotian sans).

Typefaces from 2020: Marques Vintage, Monocole (all caps sans), Mondeur, Espano (all caps, serif), Celine Peach (Sans, Script), Marlyn.

Typefaces from 2022: Funkley (funky and psychedelic). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Crave
[Lyndon Povey]

Crave Ltd is a foundry in London that is run by Lyndon Povey, the Ingoldisthorpe, Norfolk (or Hunstanton), UK-based designer who specializes in labels for whiskey, vodka and gin bottles. Povey designed the nearly Victorian font family Boatbuilder (2012), which has a nautical look. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Creative Media Lab
[Kadek Adi Mahardika]

Bali, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1983) of Baruna (2018: vintage decorative font), Brotherley (2018), the hilarious Chef Characters Icons (2018), the sans typeface Drupadi (2018), the ball terminal typeface Cameo Sweet Gothic (2018), the handcrafted typefaces Miyake Signature (2018), Kiddo Handwriting (2018), Puralova Script (2018) and Children Alien (2018).

Typefaces from 2019: Jollin, Jollin Family, Popstick (an ultra-smooth popart style rounded sans), Yellost (blackletter), Chalk and Pamor, Little Pea, Tropiello (Tuscan, Victorian), Pink Shark, Molga, Othelie (swashy and medieval), Brume, Little Pea, Kuashe (monoline), Lordish (blackletter), Blue Angel, Black Cameo (spurred), Puralova, Milova (a great calligraphic typeface).

Typefaces from 2020: Zolina (a decorative sans, with a variable font added), Black Mango (a chic 10-style display sans with some flared stems; +a variable font), Mesdag, Prettywise (a decorative serif), Loubag (an elegant short-ascender vintage display typeface in ten styles), Kooka (a variable width stylish exaggerated wedge serif family), Belle Story (a high contrast display serif), Losta Masta (a decorative serif), Matterdi (a fashion mag family with an extremely large x-height), Popstone (psychedelic, with a variable font), Carpellon (a tattoo font), Dorris (a swirly psychedelic font), Losta Masta, Mavera, Rajjah Famillia (a blackletter), Allaina (a Victorian serif), Kaoly (a stylish bold serif), Cattedrale (blackletter).

Typefaces from 2021: Black Mango (Kadek Mahardika) (display sans), Naskle (psychedelic), Reggy (psychedelic), Losta Frida (a curvy display serif),, Parka (a decorative saber-edged stencil typeface in nine styles), Missy Voya (a decorative serif), Greyst (a fashion mag display typeface), Skinny Joe (revisiting the bell bottom 1980s in a wonderful wide display family), Morgy (intestinal), Magrit (an ultra-fat high-contrast display typeface), Pretty Boy (a decorative serif family), Catavalo (a 6-style fashion mag typeface), Voire (a swirly lachrymal serif family consisting of 18 fonts), Viva Kaiva (an intestinal and perhaps psychedelic typeface), Pink Crestelle (a ten style display typeface, and a variable font), Benoa (a 7-style decorative serif), Losta Masta (a decorative serif), Mavera (a modular display font). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Creative Toucan (was: Leo Supply Co)
[Leonard Posavec]

Cakovec, Croatia and Washington Park, WA-based designer (b. 1995) of preponderantly grunge typefaces. In 2013, he created Funny Classic, Lion Pro, Lover, War is in the Air (military stencil), Aussen (squarish), Ensione (outlined), Rangle, Gaon, Momgers, Escapea (athletic lettering), Campus A (athletic lettering), Zebraliner, The Alistaren, Goteros, Collegerion (athletic lettering face), Prestinia Pro (grungy serif face), Fast Ostrich, Funny Trip, Boro, Electric (grungy face), On The Left, Power Balloon, Heavy Bomb (grungy), Kid From Hell, Army Stamp (rough army stencil), Jump Party, Comic Type, Commy, Faster, Fati, Funny me, Hypnotize, Half Half, My Day, Totally Outline, First Day, Funny Kid, Waterline, Piranha, Fish (grunge face), Modern Sketch, Beboline (dymo label grunge), Metalic (sic), Moter (grungy outline face), Privjet, ShadowM (shaded typeface), Old Movie, Strong Boy, Russian Line, Long Leg, Cool Day, Jungle Tree, Funny Teca, End of Era, DeLeo, Buble Muble, Morris, Funky Monkey, Leonards (a scratchy typeface), Dead John (grunge), Square Baby (grunge), Handwriter, Outline Storm, Mejiko (grungy Western font), Bird Fly, Died, Close To (grungy dymo label font).

Typefaces from 2014: Dabre, Handeer, Bad Land, Thron, 806 Typography (wood style didone), Rypote.

Typefaces from 2015: Debeli Bridge (faded, grungy and gorgeous), Rustal, Madalen, Stiquez, Vallyns (grungy, stamped typeface), Falsthan (brush face), Areson, Summeron (brush script), Surpal Lovely (Victorian kitsch), Summer 2, Megeon (+Grunge), Dabre Grunge (textured caps).

Typefaces from 2016: Taramda, Endless Script, Riot Ton, Dabre (grungy stamped style), La Tequila (Western font), Originals (painted letters), Originals is out, Avenue Drift, Amoky (sketched), Bastielle Script, Ipsum Script, Baroquey Script, Pomah Type (brush script), Vrown Fox (dry brush), Time Machino (dry brush), The Gohe Go, My Boquet Script, The Sellen, Baley Sun, Brushed Traveler, Salone Strand, Aple Time (brush), Bert Loch (brush), Brushed Car, Last and Chaos (brush), Thin Zeus (brush), Top Light (fat brush typeface), Summer Soul Script, Summter (connected script), Summdraw, Planine Script, Samtak Script, Astel Script, Rostek Old, Megiline, Sally Script, Rolley, Naila Script, Amoky (textured letterpress emulation typeface family), Reeld (dry brush typeface), Stamped Navy (textured).

Typefaces from 2017: Musterion (brush script), Wolvos (rough brush), Xenos, Descolorido, Mushroom (an angulara children's book font), California Jackpot, Zondas, Codiac (rough brush), Gullias (signage script), California or California Jackpot (brush font), Rhinos Rocks (brushy), Quick Toy (inky brush script), Italiano (dry brush), Gode (thick brush), Ananas Lips, Kiwano Apple, Cup of Sea, Fly N Walk, Sign 45 (vintage grungy poster style), Jaoy, Gas Rock, Acids.

Typefaces from 2018: Storehouse (a vintage all caps copperplate family with small wedge serifs; by Nicolas Massi and Leonard Posavec; it includes a stencil style), San Francisco, Quick Pick (brush), Mick's, Jumper, Alask (brush), Royal Twins, Clas (brush script), Yolloy, Scolarship (sketched).

Typefaces from 2019: Planina, Athletica (letterpress style), Costa La Vista (font duo), Springs, Originals 2 (dry brush), Astana.

Typefaces from 2020: Myla (a display typeface).

Typefaces from 2021: Surfbars (a dry brush font for outdoors usage; also supports Cyrillic).

Fontspace link. Creative Market link. Old URL. Another Creative Market link. Dafont link. Fontplanet link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Crt Mate
[Type Fleet]

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Cruzine
[Peter Olexa]

Peter Olexa (Bratislava, Slovakia, b. 1978) created the (typically retro / vintage) mostly commercial typefaces Slow SVG (2020: a brush font), Hurley (2020), Royal (2020: vintage caps), Wagoon (2020), Snow (2020: a 3d color SVG font), Venomous (2020: spurred, grungy), Behofeel (2020), Chasmophile (2020: formal calligraphy), Angelic (2019: dry brush), Boutique Paris (2019), Umbrella (2019), Cellica Bold (2019), Abigaile (2019), Ragtime (2019: a brush font), Ragtime Marker (2019), Futu (2018), Kiko (2018), Pineapple (2018), Urban (2018: inline), Plasma (2018), Evolve (2018: inline), Hallowen (sic; 2018), Phantom (2018), Palam (2018), Alter (2018), Chrome (2018), Rhino (2018), Giant (2018), Valeria (2018), Ruas (2018), Strife (2018), Giant (2018), Atari (2018), Octopus (2018), Green Light (2018), Atlantis (2018), Maroon (2018), Secure 3D (2018), Cube (2018), Billionaire (2018: art deco), Savana (2018: bejeweled), Castile (2018), Starla (2018), Brodo (2018), Nomos (2018), Brisk (2018, art deco), Tron (2018), Jewel (2018), Forest (2018), Noxa (2018), Ama Deust Inline (2018), Goliath Inline Grunge (2017), Arbatosh (2017: Victorian), Momoco (2017), Heyro Fun (2017), Calliope Fun (2017), Steampunk Gears (2017), Ponds (2017: Victorian), Zahra (2017: inline grunge), Green Light (2017: inline grunge), Jordan Bold Grunge (2017: inline), Metalic 3D (2017), Mecha Grunge (2017), Buffalo (2017), Queen (2017), Lacoste Inline (2017), Ollie (2017, sans family), Nomos (2017), Blue North (2017: spurred), Murray (2017), Atlantis (2017), Montana (2017, outlined), Speedhunter Line (2017), Star Black Inline (2017), Gatsby Inline (2017: art deco), Jibril (2016: spurred), Hallowen (sic) (2016), Kiko (2016), Sailor (2016, tattoo font), Annabel (2016), Zalora (2016), Geno (2016), Marin (2016), Starship (2016), Mozza Shadow (2016), Meravin (2016), Venomous (2016), Amora Inline Grunge (2016), Rocket Shadow (2016), Hydrant (2016), Boston Inline Grunge (2016), Skywalker (2016, art deco), Ocela (2016), Columbus (2016), Raven (2016), Nomura Grunge (2016), Stella (2016), Salada (2016), Vultron (2016), Majestic (2016), Napoleon (2016), Temu (2016), Rodeo (2016, Western style family), Brooklyn (2016), Thunder (2016, Victorian label typeface family), Murray Inline Grunge (2016), Opera (2016, Victoriana), Flamingo Shadow (2016), Blue North Inline Grunge (2016), Montana Bold Outline (2016), Monophone Fancy (2016, retro style), Marin Victorian (2016), Westwood (16-style Western font family), Mozza (2016, +Inline, +Shadow, +Grunge), Speed Hunter (2016), Metro Grunge (2016), Annabel (2016, Victorian), La Forest (2016, blackletter), Star (2016, decorative caps, with outlined and inline versions), Phoenix (2016, a spurred typeface), Gatsby (2016), Bureno (2016, a Victorian display typeface), New York (2016, letterpress emulation), Capella (2016), Almanac Italic Grunge (2015), Anabel (2016, roman caps), Regolith (2015), Chocoleta (2015, hand-printed), Sailor (2015), Turmeric (2015), Ultimatum (2015), Heyro (2015, a rough brush font), Calliope (2015, a rough brush), Glass Beads (2015), Red Paprika (2015), Greenkitchen (2015), Artistico (2015, grungy), Brush Shop (2015), Graceful (2015, irregular script), Brush Wall (2015), Nickainley (2015, connected script), Harloft (2015, a warm brush script), Detective Typewriter (2015), Not Perfect (2015), Good Vibes (2015), Cool Story (2014), Get Coffee (2014), Think Happy (2014), Say Less (2014), Let's Do This (2014), Just Be Cool (2014), Brooklyn Coffee (2014, a spurred poster typeface), Bronx Shoes (2014), Nevermind (2014), RockNRoll (2014), Bluegrass (2014), Memento (2014, spurred Victorian face), Melody (2014) and Grazioso (2014). He runs Dealjumbo.

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Cucu Supriyadi
[Seventh Imperium]

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Cundrawan Tan
[Cove 703 (was: ComicVector 703)]

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Curly Stars

An orphaned free Victorian curly font, published in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

D. Sandi Sjahputra
[Winston Type Co.]

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D.A. Sanborn
[Sanborn Fire Insurance Map typography]

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Dalal Nizam

Graphic designer in Sydney who studied Visual Communication at University of Western Sydney. Creator of Steamafide (2013), a free steampunk / Victorian typeface family.

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Damelev Studio (was: Logo Labs, Tanziladd, Rawi Project)
[Nyapa Tanzil]

Yogjakarta, Indonesia-based type foundry, est. 2016, whose designer is Nyapa Tanzil, who also used the alias Tanzil Adduha (b. 1991), who operated as Logo Labs before changing the name to Damelev Studio.

Their first typefaces include Fadillah (2016, brush script), Raya (2016, spurred Victorian style), and Cabe Brush (2016). Typefaces from 2017: Candelion, Audrey Script, Mentkent (monoline connected script), Jansky Script (signage brush font), Bandalaka Script (connected brush script).

In 2018, he designed Malbrock (or Malbrouck Script: a classic calligraphic penmanship script), Nayland Script, Avital (font duo), Windpeak Script, Andamar (Script, Serif), Montante (calligraphic), Adamantine, Caernarfon, Diandra (signature script) and Quinshawna.

Typefaces from 2019: Behofeel (a gorgeous crisp calligraphic script), Marmoreal (formal calligraphic), Munchen Script (script font), Chasmophile (a formal calligraphic script).

Typefaces from 2020: Daizen Script, Alqaisumah Script (formal calligraphy), Brandoneir Signature, Elika Gorica, Bornice (a decorative serif), Broger Display (hipster meets arabesque, The Herera (a baseball script), Roberston Display (intestinal style), Armies Display, Dalglish (a display serif with clean lines), Anaximander (a condensed swashy fashion mag wedge serif typeface), Herschel (font duo), Gorga, Fringland (calligraphic), Almerian (a monoline script), Milestone (a signage script).

Typefaces from 2021: Naguboty (art nouveau), Bayanaka, Noeran (a display typeface with exaggerated ink traps), Avaunt, Merson, Claude, Rokurou, Reinhart Script, Monfem, Gunsan Serif and Script (an art nouveau-inspired font duo), Northway (a dramatic bold display typeface), Ardmore Display (psychedelic). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Dan X. Solo
[Solotype]

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Dan X. Solo: Digitizations by Dick Pape
[Dick Pape]

Dick Pape based the following digitizations (2008-2010) of blackletter, art deco, Celtic, initial caps, and other ornamental typefaces shown by Dan X. Solo in his Dover books: DXSAlphaMidnight, DXSAlphaTwilight, DXSBeansBold, DXSBlackline (prismatic, art deco), DXSBoboBold, DXSBrusselsInitials, DXSBuckinghamInitials, DXSBust, DXSCharger, DXSCheckmate, DXSCorral, DXSDevon, DXSDevonian, DXSDudleyPNarrow, DXSFatCat, DXSFestival, DXSFrankfortInitials, DXSFuturaInline, DXSGrooviestGothic, DXSGuildhall, DXSHessNeobold, DXSHotline, DXSHuntingtonInitials, DXSJoyceBlack, DXSKupferInitials, DXSLampoon, DXSLeipzigInitials, DXSLeister, DXSLowenbrau, DXSMonogramStencil, DXSMonumentBold, DXSNottinghamInitials, DXSOrbit, DXSOttoHuppInitials, DXSPickfair, DXSPolly, DXSPotsdamInitials, DXSPrismaniaC, DXSPrismaniaP, DXSQuote, DXSRegalBlack, DXSRhythmBold, DXSRickyTick, DXSRoco (art deco), DXSSansSouci, DXSShadyDeal, DXSSheetSteel, DXSSilverShadowBlack, DXSStuttgartInitials, DXSTester, DXSThedaBara (counterless geometric art deco), DXSTulo, DXSTuxedo, DXSUrban (psychedelic), DXSVeronica, DXSWestmorland, DXSWienText, DXSYagiBold.bmp DXSYagiDouble, DXSYorkshireInitials, DXSZany, DXSZephyr.

Images: DXSBlackline, DXSBust, DXSDudleyPNarrow, DXSGrooviestGothic, DXSJoyceBlack, DXSMonogramStencil, DXSPrismania'P', DXSRickyTick, DXSRoco, DXSSheetSteel, DXSTulo, DXSUrban, DXSYagiDouble, DXS Alpha Twilight, DXS Brussels Initials, DXS Kupfer Initials, DXS Lowenbrau, DXS Otto Hupp Initials, DXS Theda Bara, DXS Urban. Download page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

DanBetty Studio

DBS is a multidisciplinary visual design studio based between Brussels, Paris and Bordeaux. They are selling three commercial typefaces, Harring Stone (2011, squarish modernist), Aert Deck (2011, Victorian), and Qlacic (2011, more Victorian fare). Qlacic is attributed to Tom Haas.

At Dafont, one can download Art Deck. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dani Foster Herring

From Hanna, WY, the designer of the free fonts Snowy Caps, the bird nest dingbat font ForTheBirds, VictorianAngels (elaborate caps), Sleigh Ride (1999), WeGiveThanks (Thanksgiving bats), Fisher's Women, Pika Pika, Winter Wonderland, Harbour Lights, Christmas Cheer (1999), Evergreen (1999, various Xmas trees), TeaTime (1999), DeannasIvyCaps (1999), and PikaPika (1999).

Dafont link. Another Dafont link. Obsolete link to Dabi's Delusions. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Danielle Quast Tostes

Designer in Sao Paulo, Brazil. During her studies at SENAC, she created the warm serif typeface Humbond Regular (2012) and the Victorian display typeface Deffugia (2012). In addition, she created Adventure Game Icons (2011) and Alien Pictogram Set (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dansdesign
[Danu Setyaji Nugroho]

Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based graphic designer and lettering artist who founded Dansdesign in 2018. Creator of principally decorative Victorian and blackletter typefaces. These include the curly Victorian typeface Stalber (2019), Black Fellas (2021), Famous Flames (2021), Morgan Tattoo (2021), Tattoo Beast (2021), Gematype Blackletter (2020) Sauronking (2020), Carless Panther Blackletter (2020), Stunegart (2020: a blackletter), Green Bull (2020), and Sinners (2020: blackletter).

Other fonts: Calathea (2020), Graffiti Fat (2020), Grav Boom (2020: a cartoon font), Dirtydroop Graffiti (2020), Revenol (brush) (2020), Crack (2020) and Overloot (2020).

Typefaces from 2021: Bugenvil (a festive blackletter) (with Agni Yugisworo). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Danu Setyaji Nugroho
[Dansdesign]

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Dathan Boardman
[Squid & Steve (or: Rocket Type)]

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Dave Smith

Designer at Letterhead Fonts of the Victorian age display typefaces LHF Doc Terwilligers (2007), Factory, LHF Chapman (2007) and English Rose (2006) and of the roman inscription typeface LHF Melissa (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

David A. Occhino
[David Occhino Design (was: Treehouse Graphic Design)]

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David Adrian Smith

David Smith is a lettering and signage artist in Torquay, the city of Fawlty Towers, specializing in vintage and Victorian designs. In 2015, he designed the Victorian style typeface Mayer: This is the original font I created for the song titles for the Album Born and Raised by the American pop and blues rock musician, singer-songwriter, recording artist, and music producer John Mayer. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Cohen

Squid (aka Dave Cohen) is a font designer, sculptor, illustrator and musician. He has executed hundreds of prototypes for the toy, ceramics and gift industries, such as tiki mugs. Squid's fonts are published exclusively by Sideshow Foundry. You can see his other musings at SquidArt. Google Font Directory link. With Stuart Sandler, he created the wooden plank look font Bamboozle (2008, Sideshow), the whacky comic book typefaces Goofball (2008), Weird Bill (2008, with Stuart Sandler), Weirdbats (2008, with Stuart Sandler), Doinky, Doinky Inline (multiline version of Doinky) and Doinkbats (2008), Zombie Rot (2010, with Stuart Sandler), Squidtoonz (2010, a comic book typeface done with Stuart Sandler), Motobats (2010, with Stuart Sandler), Skritchy (2010, a sketch font done with Stuart Sandler), Kitchenbats (2010, with Stuart Sandler), Beachcomber (2009, a wooden plank style face; with Stuart Sandler), Beachbats (2010, with Stuart Sandler), Office Blogger (2010, with Stuart Sandler, hand-printed), Western Dressing (2010, with Stuart Sandler), Canned Corn (2010, with Stuart Sandler).

In 2010, as Wisconsin-based Sideshow, he placed a number of free fonts at the Google Directory, all mostly hand-drawn typefaces: Walter Turncoat, Unkempt, Sunshiney, Slackey, Kranky (blackboard bold), Irish Growler (comic book style), Irish Grover, Chewy (bubblegum face), Rock Salt.

Faces from 2011 at Sideshow: Rancho Deluxe (with Stuart Sandler), Creepster Pro (with Stuart Sandler), Permanent Marker Pro, Rochester (a Victorian upright connected script).

In 2012, David Cohen and Stuart Sandler published these typefaces at Neapolitan: Irish Grover Pro (2010, a bouncy face), Satisfy Pro (2011, a connected retro script face), and Slackey Pro (2010, a paper cut out style face).

Typefaces made in 2012: Mystery Quest (a curly Victorian and/or psychedelic typeface that is free at Google Web Fonts), Seaweed Script (Google Web Fonts), Griffy (spooky face, Google Web Fonts), Skranji (Google Web Fonts).

Typefaces made in 2013: Impala Script (retro script; with Stuart Sandler), Fuzzbox (a funky typeface; with Stuart Sandler), Ramparts (funky font, with Stuart Sandler), Seaweed Script Pro, Griffy Pro, Blinky (chalky, hand-drawn).

Typefaces from 2014: Tradewinds Pro (with Stuart Sandler), Flavors Pro (with Stuart Sandler), Flavors Pro Spicy (with Stuart Sandler), Oyster Shore, Rumpus Room Filled (with Stuart Sandler), Rumpus Room (with Stuart Sandler).

Typefaces from 2015: Mystery Quest Pro (wacky, wobbly, funky, offbeat and groovy), Frijoles (with Stuart Sandler, at Neapolitan), Snackbar (an 18-style fifties diner script family by David Cohen and Stuart Sandler).

Typefaces from 2019: Grannys Greenhouse (a beatnik font by David Cohen and Dathan Boardman).

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David Fleming Nalle
[Scriptorium (Ragnarok Press, Fontcraft)]

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David Kasidi
[Silverdav Studio]

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David Occhino Design (was: Treehouse Graphic Design)
[David A. Occhino]

Treehouse Graphic Design was David Occhino's font outlet. It is now called David Occhino Design. The Treehouse collection specialized in Startrek, futuristic, Disney and Indiana Jones style fonts, but has widened lately. Most fonts are commercial, but there are a few free ones:

  • Exclusive Designs: Tangaroa (2009, tiki font), TradeWind, Nautilus, Graviton, Voyager, Cinema, Firefly, Forest, Emblem.
  • Signage typefaces: Craftsmen (2010), Craftsmen Ornaments (2010).
  • Movie Fonts: Safari (1996, based on the famous Indiana Jones movie logo created by Mike Salisbury and David Willardson; version 2 in 2011), Venture, Astro, Galax-E, Time Travel, Iron Hero, Knight, Blade, Aeronaut (1997, avant-garde).
  • Art Deco Fonts: Aeronaut (1997; Aeronaut 2.0 in 2011), Cinema, Pan-Pacific (2010: based on the classic 1940s lettering style that was used for the signage for the famous Pan-Pacific Auditorium).
  • Theme Park Fonts: Kingdom (1996, blackletter), Mansion, Encounter, World.
  • Sci-Fi Fonts: Astro SE, Basestar, Blade, Encounter, Galax-E, Graviton, Nautilus, Time Travel, Voyager.
  • Halloween Fonts: Hocus Pocus, Nautilus, Mansion 3.0 (1996-2009), MansionCryptBats (2009, free).
  • Education Fonts: School.
  • Free Fonts: Aurebesh (for Star Wars, 1997), Forbidden Eye, Tangaroa Glyphs (Hawaiian petroglyphs, 2009), World Symbols, Big Thunder Dingbats (2009: Western dingbats).
  • Western fonts: Big Thunder (2009).
  • Fonts I can no longer find: Aurebesh, DNealianArrows, DNealianGuides, DNealianRegular, Starspeeder, StarspeederUpright, Pyramid's Venture, Victorian Mansion.

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David Parr
[Fontwright Design]

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David Sanchez

Zamora, Spain-based creator of the Victorian display typeface New Antique (2013).

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David W. Peat

Type collector. Katherine Fries and Erin Beckloff write: His extraordinary collection of 19th-century type. Seventy-three years ago Peat's collection began with an 1873 Franklin Type Foundry specimen book filled with ornate Victorian faces. He now holds a period of typographic history in his basement print shop in the form of 4,000 fonts of type and a rare collection of specimen books of the same era. Acquired from backyard chicken coops, transported in cigar boxes, and recast from the ATF Vault---both the fonts and stories of the acquisitions are essential elements of the artifacts' history. Without knowing the future significance of his unique collection, from 1962-1971 Peat printed 38 pages of his One Line Specimen book. [Google] [More]  ⦿

DCO (or: dcoxy medina, or: Atelier Oxydes)
[Greg Médina]

DCO (or: dcoxy medina, or: Atelier Oxydes) is Greg Médina. Atelier Oxydès is located in St Maurice de Cazevieille, France. He specializes in very funny drawings. Creator of these typefaces in 2012: the fun figurine dingbat typefaces called Alien DCO and Warrior DCO, the hilarious typeface dingbat fonts Zombiz and Teubé, Bubbledco, Profilsdco, Ovni (futuristic dingbats), Punkskull DCO (2012), and the kaleidoscopic Formes (2012).

Typefaces from 2013: Felicity (ornaments), Gross Brush (grunge), Dark Forest, Follow The Arrow, Snow for Santa, Eat My Cookie, Cooking Set (dingbats), Florality, Big Bang Comix, Babydoll (geometric monoline sans, with a shadow style), Dirty Macadam, Elegance Two (frames), My Sweet Sunshine, Lucie Mandragore, Pimp My Christmas (dingbats), Magic Kiss, Women and Shoes, Halloween Bell, Dust Scratches, Elegance (ribbon ornaments), Dumbass Town, Meaning of Life, Life Style Memory, Tribal Tattoo Addict, Ornaments Soul, Lost Area, Funny Toys, Space Dude, Sick Crew, Teubé 5, Teubé 3, Teubé Hat, Teubé Bot, Plastic Pets, Girl Power, Alien Dude, Formes 2, Alien DCO2, Teubé2.

Typefaces from 2014: Gants de Soie, Anne Exilum, Kaboom & Bang, Dcoxy Stamp (a baby-themed dingbat font), Rooster Serif, King Rooster (constructivist), Speak Easy, Skater Girls Rock, TheCinthia Edito, Bad Spirit, Birdy Game (creamy typeface), Shell Gate (tattoo font), Mandala Home, Macaroni&Cheese, Holy Moly (rounded comic book sans), Delphine et Mathias Script (tattoo font), Limonade de Camomille (signage script), Indians Lives (signagecscript), Ether Cute Poison (signage script), Tartare de Violettes (vampire or tattoo script), Karl Wright Script, Bubble & Soap, Break The Silence, Spooky Night, Right Balance, Peanut Butter Cookies, Rabbit Hole (brush script), Smile Parade, Radio Trust, Oakland Sista, Dust & Blast, Psycho (weathered shadow typeface), Bowling Shoes (connected script), Ornament Mix (dingbats), Shuriken Dance Like A Tiger (script), Arthus Hightone (tattoo script), Dark is the Night, City of Angel, From Brush to Caps, Donovan Quidaw (a ronde), Not A Drope (brush face), Karl Wright, Kerala Quest, Rock and Roll Street, Ray Morgan Style, Wind of Change, Mama Love, Mama Punch (athletic lettering), Queen Luna, Kelly Brush The World, Shadow Boxing (an upright connected script), Header Ornament, Sweet Dreamz, Zombie Morning (brush typeface), Dragonfly on my Nose, Estella Cello, Djah Beat, Roses Kingdom (uopright connected script), Buddha Moon, War Brush, Icarus Kharma, Cheese Cake, Badiane (upright loopy script), Meny Please, Young Shark (spurred typeface), Keep It Up (heads), Purple Shadow (Victorian decorative typeface), Tears of Joy (flourishes), Hilarious, Teubé Tribute.

Typefaces from 2015: Radical Beat (tattoo script), Raisin des Sables (script), Bandits (tattoo script), Vinegar Stroke, Mad Rats, Sliced by Hand, Ready to Ride, Chardons, Mr Sunshine, Chardons Brush, Gueules de Loup, Atlantic Mail (rhythmic script), Daily Quantum, La Maison de Papier, Friday Night (supermarket signage style), Butter Kings (tattoo script), Lady Bohemia (tattoo script), Kilowatts, Akodia (a lava lamp typeface), Moustache Club, Brioche au Potiron (avant garde sans), Bisous (signage script), Deadly Inked (tattoo script), Spider Monkey (poster font), Qualité Deluxe Platinium (signage script), Distillated, Blood Shade, Ribambelle (thin script), Burning Man, Amandes Salées (tattoo script), Bring Me That Glyph (alchemic), Mad Potato Bill, Authentic Ratatouille, Fugu + Maki (a great set of thin-veined poster fonts), Une Sale Histoire de Yak (script), Pamela Wants to Ride, Sani Andrew des Kiwis, Grilled Chicken, Ancestral Katana Sword, Magic Bean Salade, Alice And The Wicked Monster, Rhum Banane, Honey Moon (borders and filets), Rookies Showtimes (signage font), Digging The Grave.

Typefaces from 2016: Watch Out (brushed typeface), America Stars, Grown Localy (sic), Winter in Alaska (glaz krak style), Dusty Muffin, Gillie & Hilda, Chatelain des Radis, Manhattan Avenue (heavy script), Seasider, Suburban Pledge, Baldaquin, Original Woody, Your Fear (vampire script), Drone Nation, Big Car Short Gun, Cameltoe Kalypse, Doctor Cosmicucumber, La Cithare (connected script), Agatha Needs Flesh (script), Bostella (script), Jonquilles, La Cité des Mille Reines, Shotgun, Thunder Strike, Atelier Omega, Aldebaran, Bichette, Bulldozer (brush font), La Citadelle des Papillons.

Typefaces from 2017: Polibrush (monoline sans), Endless Wall, Chicken Socks, Barry Kades, Sansaul Petronika, Stubborn Shark, Sharky & Meduza, Oblivion (script), Brainfish Rush, Summer Fever, Bethanie Snake, Last Shade (weathered), Raku (heavy brush), Lily of the Valley, The Bully (grungy signage script), Stick & Kick, Sketch (brush script), Joly Death (blood drip type), Bambino, Gatalike, Lucia (connected monoline script), Gatalike, Island of Dreams, Snow Riders, Amtrash, Stardust (signage script).

Typefaces from 2018: Mustardy, Wawie Patch, Anathematise, Delich (an SVG dry brush font), Sweet Spot (doodles), Detrimental, Shitzu & Porko (a comic book font family), Detective Bildo, Daylight & Moonlight (brush script), Deadline Countdown, Rotten Pumkin (sic), Rhapsodize, Chunks (heavy script), Shenanigans (dry brush), Cassandre, Ridiculous, Slam, Lithium Hill (dry brush), Litchis Island (a painted script), Snowballs City, Litchis on Velvet, Brainfish, Burglar, Action Protocol, Snowballs Season, Shania & Heinz (brush script), Slamers, Madera studio, Chaude Sourie, Barber Street.

Typefaces from 2020: Pickle Juice, Klaxon Gaston, Mezalia Sumatra (hatched), Bozos (squarish), Niktalope, Livie (a fat finger script), Ornamentis, Artisanalerie, Marbles Trick, Komou, Black Swan, Historic Seattle, Iconic Poopies (yes, poop-shaped icons!), Thurdy Sticks, House Marker, Zorgho, Blue Mist, Dreambats (dingbats), Strike Block (dingbats), Esteban+Solina, Rusty+Gosh.

Typefaces from 2021: Shelter (script), Seekers, Game On (sketched, 3d), Green Room (a marquee font), Madame Viviane (script), Lemon Sangria (inline), Chicken Pot Pie (arched), Wombats (squarish), Chico Rocket (inline), Red Bee (a half-black typeface).

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Deadlock Studio
[Rhega Juliandy]

Rhega Juliandy (Deadlock Studio, Bandung, Indonesia; b. 1991) designed the rhythmic brush script Nailika (2015), the calligraphic Sweet Holiday (2015), the flowing script typeface Vallerie (2015), the beautiful brush script typeface Nailika (2015), the curly display typeface Milady (2015), the free fat marker typeface March (2015), the wonderful connected brush script Allenois (2015), the logotype Voltus (2015), the thin calligraphic script Theodore (2015), the script typefaces Sweet Holiday (2015) and Rose (2015), and the script typeface Anke (2015).

Typefaces from 2016: Humphrey (a sans headline family), Diamor (monoline packaging script), Mallena, Everlasting Script, Clockwise (brush script).

Typefaces from 2017: Flattery (retro signage script).

Typefaces from 2018: Friday Vibes, Bouvardia, Roland Emerald (Victorian and layerable).

Typefaces from 2021: Baerst (art deco), Cerelina (a decorative serif). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Deanna McGeown

Vintage seed packaging from the 19th century inspired Deanna McGeown in the design of a Victorian ornamental caps typeface in 2012. Deanna was a student in Queens, New York, at the time of that design. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Decade Type foundry
[Agung Maskund]

Decade Type foundry (Bandung, Indonesia, est. 2008) is run by Agung Maskund (Agung Gumilang Sugih), b. 1987, Bandung. It specializes in Victorian and vintage type. Creator of Authentic Labels (2013), New Black (2012, a metal band typeface) and Chicano Brush (2012, graffiti face). Note: It is possible that Chicano Brush was made by Gilang Purnama.

In 2013, they published Reckless (by Gilang Purnama: a retro car font), Fabulous Drop Cap (with a free demo font), Los Santos (graffiti style), Logotype Frenzy (brushy signage face), Insurance Maps (inspired by the Sanborn Map Company's 1909 insurance map catalog), Basingstoke (a spurred display typeface by Gilang Purnama Jaya), Hustlers Rough (Western Tuscan signage font), Lakester (another Tuscan signage font with layering), and Griba (alchemic typeface).

Another great typeface project is the National Currency Font (2013), which features spurs and an engraved look. Stay Gold Script (2013) is a vintage signage typeface. Aesthetique (2013) is a Victorian ornamental Tuscan design.

Typefaces from 2014: Stanwood (Victorian), Herschel.

Typefaces from 2015: Tervia (spurred vintage typeface), Edmond (vintage typeface), Pretty Script.

Typefaces from 2018: Versica (by Irma Asharini and Agung Gumilang Sugih).

Typefaces from 2020: Voska (a bold display serif family), Breland (a titling typeface, and decorative borders and ornaments by Agung Gumilang Sugih and Irma Asharini).

Cofounder of Image Type with Ihsan K. Lazuardi and Gilang Purnama.

Behance link. Creative Market link. Fontspace link. Behance link for Agung Maskund. Another Creative Market link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Dede Mulyadi
[Harder Type Foundry]

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Deduk Suandana
[Made Deduk]

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Deeezy
[Pete Deeezy]

Peter Deeezy is Peter Olexa. Designer of these fonts in 2017: Trendy Script, Demonius Bold Inline, Murray Inline Bold, Money, Just Marriage (script), Valeria (Victorian).

Typefaces from 2020: Retjeh, Blokee, Helga, Starship Shadow, Aviation Cocktail, Arthemis, Monument, The Crow, Marseille (script), Meravin Inline, Paulina Elegance (script), Venomous Shadow, Magneto Bold, Madeva Suarte, Legacy Outline, Hermes Futuristic, Mocca Inline Grunge, Skywalker Shadow Grunge, Majestic Inline Grunge, Blue North, Murray Inline, Metro Inline Bold, Salada Inline, Vultron Bold, Capella, Bureno, Napoleon Shadow, Atara Inline, Stella Inline Grunge, Temu Shadow, Rodeo Shadow. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Deni Dessastra
[The Sastra]

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Denise Bayers

American designer at Letterhead Fonts who specializes in vintage typefaces. Her designs:

  • LHF Durango (2014). A rustic Western typeface, inspired by the opening credits and title of the 1957 version of 3:10 to Yuma.
  • LHF Spencer (2014). In the Victorian style.
  • The 19th century (Victorian) display typeface LHF Royal Crimson (2014), which can be used for layering.
  • Euphoria (2004). A Victorian extravaganza. Followed by LHF Euphoria2 in 2015.
  • The Peignot-inspired Charlotte (2004).
  • LHF Dark Horse (2014). A blackletter tattoo font.
  • Boot Camp. A letterpress emulation.
  • Cavalero. A Victorian typeface.
  • Fat Daddy. A fat art deco poster typeface, done with Chuck Davis, based on an original by Alf Becker from the 1940s.
  • Big Daddy. Like Fat Daddy.
  • LHF Shogun (2013). A spurred Victorian typeface.
  • The retro dingbat typeface LHF Retro Ricky Doohickies (2015).
  • LHF Mercantile (2015).
  • The gorgeous compressed art deco typeface LHF Speakeasy (2016).
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Denise Clendenin
[Sassy Rose's Graphics Garden (or: Sassy Graphics)]

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Dennis Ludlow
[Sharkshock]

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Design Co

Designer of the Victorian label typeface Countdown Ville (2018), the cigar box font Hartons (2018), the brush typeface The Hotling (2018), and the all caps roman typeface Hacrley (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dhan Ghete
[Area Type (was: GType)]

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Dharma Type
[Ryoichi Tsunekawa]

Yet another foundry of Nagoya, Japan-based designer Ryoichi Tsunekawa, who also runs Flat-It, Prop-A-Ganda, and Holiday Type. The first download is the industrial grotesk typeface Bebas Neue (2010), which was followed in 2014 by Bebas Kai, in 2018 by Bebas Neue Semi Rounded and Bebas Neue Rounded, and in 2019 by Bebas Neue Pro. Bebas Neue can now be had for free at Open Font Library and at FontFabric, where new weights and a Cyrillic were added. Bebas Neue v2 is free at Github and Google Fonts. Dedicated web site.

The connected signage typeface Sneaker Script and the 19th century set of ornaments Gothic Extras followed in 2012 and 2011, respectively. Great Victorian (2012) follows the prototypical Victorian style.

In 2015, Dharma Type published the great ultra-black creamy signage script Piepie. In 2016, he published the powerful layered Mighty Slab.

Typefaces from 2017: Pansy Bo (calligraphic), Nothing (script), Daisy Lau (calligraphic), Banana (script), Lily Wang (calligraphic), Calling Code (monospaced programming font), Commuters Sans (elegant wide sans), Mighty Slab, Rigid Square (octagonal), Taro (sans), Concrete Stencil.

Typfaces from 2018: Victorian Orchid (a transitional text typeface characterized by a Victorian era A and a frolicking lower case g), Dr Slab (an extraordinary layerable and colorable rounded slab poster typeface), Code Saver (a condensed monospaced programming font), Sometype Mono (a free programming font family; MyFonts link).

Typefaces from 2019: City Boys Soft, City Boys (sans), Slow Tempo (a relaxed sans family), Baby Baby (an experimental layerable font), Dharma Gothic Rounded. Like Dharma Gothic, it is an antiqued condensed sans serif designed inspired by 1800s-style wood type. It comes in 42 styles.

Dafont link. Creative Market link. Behance link. Graphicriver link. Adobe link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Diana Corredin

Graphic designer and lettering artist in Brooklyn, NY. In 2016, she designed the Victorian era ornamental typeface Bushwick Brooklyn, and drew a decorative all caps typeface. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dick Pape
[Dick Pape: Dover Pictorial Series]

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Dick Pape
[Dick Pape: Victorian designs]

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Dick Pape
[Dan X. Solo: Digitizations by Dick Pape]

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Dick Pape
[Aridi Computer Graphics: Digitizations by Dick Pape]

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Dick Pape
[Clarence Pearson Hornung]

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Dick Pape: Dover Pictorial Series
[Dick Pape]

The extensive Dover series by Dick Pape contains about 150 typefaces. The typefaces are numbered and carry these names:

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Dick Pape: Victorian designs
[Dick Pape]

Dick Pape's Victorian designs include the Jack Daniels logo font typefaces Jasper Daniels and Jasper Daniels SC (2011), Lynchburg Script (2011) and Motlow Caps (2011). All are free versions of the Jack Daniels series of custom fonts made by Carlos Segura.

In 2010, Dick Pape designed the decorative font Rose Wedding.

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Dickinson Type Foundry
[Samuel Nelson Dickinson]

Boston-based foundry, also called Phelps&Dalton, and Phelps, Dalton&Co. Founded by Samuel Nelson Dickinson in Boston in 1839. They published "Specimen of type for book printing, manufactured by Samuel N. Dickinson" (Boston, 1842), "Hand-book specimen of printing type, cuts, ornaments, etc., from the foundry of Samuel N. Dickinson" (Boston, 1847), and "Point specimen book. Specimens of printing types, rules, cuts, printing material" (Boston, 1893, 457 pages). See also The General Specimen Book of the Dickinson Type Foundry, Comprising Types for Letter-Press Printing of Every Variety (Boston: Phelps&Dalton, 1856). In 1872, a fire ravaged the company, and a skilled punchcutter, Alexander Phemister, became a partner. In 1891, Dickinson became part of ATF in the great meltdown. Joseph W. Phinney and Robert W. Nelson (1851-1926) made the transition from Dickinson to ATF.

Scans of typefaces shown in the 1923 ATF catalog: Roycroft Tinted, Card Mercantile (1890s).

Commentary by McGrew on Card Mercantile: Card Mercantile was produced by Dickinson Type Foundry in the 1890s or earlier. Except for a few letters, it appears to be a duplicate of Extended No. 3 of Stevens, Shanks in England. In 1901 Morris Benton redesigned the two smallest sizes for ATF, successor to Dickinson, for better compatibility with the other sizes. It is a very delicate, wide, thick-and-thin style without lowercase (but the English typeface has lowercase), somewhat similar to Engravers Roman, which supplanted it in popular use. An 1899 ad said, "For imitating the work of steel engravers there can be nothing more beautiful picked from a case, and it is difficult if not impossible to imagine how anything finer ever can." Compare Engravers Roman, Brandon, Litho series.

Digital revivals include Renaissant NF (2014, Nick Curtis: a Victorian typeface).

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Dieter Steffmann

FontShop was the name of Dieter Steffmann's foundry in Kreuztal, Germany (not to be confused with the FontShop foundry and font vendor). He made about 600 self-proclaimed "old-fashioned" fonts, and among these many Fraktur fonts. His site became too expensive to run, and was for about two decades hosted by Typoasis. His fonts can now de downloaded afrom 1001 Fonts. Alternate URL. Current list of fonts. See also here. New stuff. Fontspace link. A nice essay about Fraktur fonts accompanies the fonts. News. As Dieter puts it: I am not a designer but I add missing letters to public domain fonts in order to get a complete character set and I hint the fonts and create new weights (shadow, inline etc.) His Christbaumkugeln font, and how it was made. The font families:

  • Acorn Initialen (2000), Adine Kirnberg (2000, after David Rakowski's Adine Kirnberg Script, 1991), AI Parsons (1999: a simple conversion to truetype of AI Parsons (1994, Inna Gertsberg ans Susan Everett), which in turn revived Will Ransom's Parsons from the 1920s), Albert Text (2000), Alpine (2000), Altdeutsche Schrift (1998: a rotunda), Alte Caps (2000: white on black), Alte Schwabacher (2000, +Shadow), Ambrosia (2000), American Text (2000: a blackletter), Aneirin (2000: Lombardic), Angel (2000: an ironwork font), Anglican Text (2000: a frilly blackletter), Angular (1999: +Inline, +Shadow), Ann-Stone (2000: boxed art nouveau caps), Antique No. 14 (2000: fuzzy hand-crafted letters), Arabella (2000: script), ArabesqueInitialen (2002), Argos George (1999, an art nouveau font after Georges Lemmen's George-Lemmen-Schrift (1908); Steffmann added Argos Geirge Contour), Aristokrat Zierbuchstaben (2002, after a house font at Ludwig&Mayer, 1911), Ariston Script (2000: a formal calligraphic script), Art Nouveau Initialen (1999), Attic Antique, Augusta (2000: a rotunda; +Shadow).
  • Baldur (2000: art nouveau; +Shadow, +RoughSliced; after a schelter typeface from 1895), Ballade Bold (2002, a Schwabacher font based on Ballade Halbfette designed by Paul Renner in 1937; +Contour, +Shadow), Barock Initialen (2002: an incomplete decorative initials typeface), Becker (1999; +Shadow, +Inline), Beckett-Kanzlei (2001), Behrens-Schrift (2002: an art nouveau-inspired blackletter typeface based on an original by Peter Behrens), Belshaw (2000: a Victorian decorative serif), Belwe (2002, after an original by Georg Belwe, 1913; Gotisch, Vignetten), Benjamin Franklin Antique (2000, after a warm wood type designed in 1991 by Walter Kafton-Minkel simply called Benjamin), Berlin Squiggle Condensed, Bernhard Schmalfett, Bier und Wein Vignetten (2002, based on drawings from the Bauersche Giesserei), Billboard, Bizzaro, Black Forest (2000, blackletter; +Text, +ExtraBold), Black Knight (1999: blackletter), Blackletter (2001; +ExtraBold, +Shadow), Blackwood Castle (2000: an almost Lombardic blackletter; +Shadow), Breitkopf Fraktur (2000), Bretagne Gaelic (1999), Brian James Bold (2000, +Contour), Bridgnorth, Broadcast Titling (2000, 3d caps), Broadway Poster, Brock Script (2000: formal calligraphic script).
  • Cabaret (2000: all caps, +Contour, +Shadow), Campanile (2000: Victirian), Camp Fire (2000: wooden plank font), Canterbury Old English (2001: blackletter), Cardiff (2000: textured caps), Cardinal (2000: almost Lombardic; +Alternate, +Anglican), Carmen (1998: art nouveau style; +Shadow), Carrick Caps (2000), Caslon Antique, Caslon Fette Gotisch, Cavalier (2000), Celtic Frames (2000), Celtic Hand (2000), Challenge (2000; +Contour, +Shadow), Chelsea (2000: a serif), Chopin Script (2000, a formal penmanship script identical to Polonaise), Christbaumkugeln (1999: art nouveau alphadings consisting of Christmas ornaments), Chursächsische Fraktur, Cimbrian (2001: blackletter), Circus Ornate Caps (2001, a Western or circus font), Cloister Black Light (2001: blackletter), Coaster Black (2001, +Shadow), Coelnische Current Fraktur (2000), Colchester Black (2001: an ornamental blackletter), College, Courtrai (2000: a decorative blackletter), Coventry Garden, Cruickshank (2000: art nouveau caps).
  • Damn Noisy Kids (2002: a heavy brush font), Davy's Dingbats, Debussy, Decorated Roman Initials (2003), Deutsch Gotisch (2002: an expressive blackletter font; +Dutesch Gotisch Heavy, +Outline, +Shadow), Deutsche Uncialis (+Shadow) (2000), Deutsche Zierschrift (2002, after Rudolf Koch, 1919-1921), Devinne Swash (2000), Digits (2000), Direction (2000: letters with embedded arrows), Dobkin Script (2000: after David Rakowski, 1992, Domino, Domo Arigato (1999: oriental emulation), Dover, Driftwood Caps (2000: a wooden plank font), Due Date (2000: a grungy stencil typeface), Duerer Gotisch (2001), Duo Dunkel (+Licht), Durwent (2001: a rotunda).
  • Easter Bunny (after a 1994 font by Apropos Creations), Easter Egg (2001; after a 1994 font by Apropos Creations), Eckmann Initialen (2002, after the famous art nouveau typeface from 1900 by Otto Eckmann), Eckmann Plakatschrift (2002), Eckmann-Schrift (2002), Eckmann Titelschrift (2002), Eckmann Schmuck (2002), Egyptienne Zierinitialen (2002), Egyptienne Zierversalien (2002), Ehmcke-FrakturInitialen (2002), Ehmcke-Schwabacher Initialen (2002), Eichenlaub Initialen (2000), Eileen Caps (2000; after David Rakowski, 1992), Eisenbahn (2002, based on train vignettes at Bauersche Giesserei), Elzevier Caps (2000; after David Rakowski), Enge Holzschrift (2000; +Shadow), English Towne Medium (2000: a Fraktur), Epoque (1999; an art nouveau typeface; +Shadow, +Inline), Erbar Initialen, Estelle, Evil of Frankenstein, Express (1999).
  • Faktos (1998; a rip-off of Cory Maylett's Faktos, 1992; +Striped, +Contour, +Shadow), Fabliaux (2000: Lombardic caps), Fancy Card Text (2000: a textura), Fat Freddie (2000: a fat all caps font; +Shadow, +Outline), Faustus (2000: a Schwabacher), Fenwick Woodtype (blackletter: 2001), Fette Caslon Gotisch (2001), Fette Deutsche Schrift (2002, a revival of a Rudolf Koch font from 1908), Fette Egyptienne, Fette Haenel Fraktur (2000), Fette Kanzlei (2002), Fette Mainzer Fraktur (2001), Fette Steinschrift (2002), Fette Thannhäuser (2002; after Herbert Thannhäuser, 1937-1938; +Schattiert), Fette Trump Deutsch (20002, after Georg Trump, 1936), Firecat, Flaemische Kanzleischrift (2000: calligraphic), Flowers Initials (2000: floriated caps), Forelle (2002: a retro script; +Shadow), Fraenkisch Spitze Buchkursive (2002; after Lorenz Reinhard Spitzenpfeil, 1906), Fraktur Coelnische Current (2000), Fraktur Schmuck (2001: ornaments), Fraktur Shadowed (2001), Fraktur Theuerdank (2000: a Schwabacher), Frederick Text (2001: a blackletter), Futura Script.
  • Gabrielle (1999: a retro script), Ganz Grobe Gotisch (2000), Gebetbuch Fraktur (2000: a Schwabacher), Gebetsbuch Initialen (2001), Germania (2001, a revival of the 1903 blackletter typeface by Heinz König called Germania as well), Germania-Versalien, Gille Fils Zierinitialen (2002, after Gillé Fils, ca. 1820), Gingerbread Initials (Victorian initials, after an original from ca. 1890), Globus, Gloucester Initialen (2001), Gorilla Black (2000: rounded elephant feet font), Gotenburg A+B (2002, after Friedrich Heinrichsen), Gothenburg Fraktur (2000), Gotische Initialen (two different sets with the same name, one from 2000 and one from 2002), Gotisch Schmuck (2002, Fraktur), Goudy Initialen (2000), Goudy Medieval (2000), Goudy Thirty (2000), Grange (1999), GrenzschInitials (2001), Grusskarten Gotisch (2001), Gutenberg Textura (2000).
  • Haenel Fraktur Fett, Hansa (1999: art nouveau), Hansa Gotisch (2001: a textura), Hansen (1998; +Contour, +Shadow), Happy Easter (1994, by Apropos Creations: art deco caps), Harrowgate (2001: a textura), Hazard Signs (2000), Headline Text (2001: a textura), Hercules (1999: art nouveau), Herkules (2004: art nouveau), Hermann-Gotisch (2002; after an original by Herbert Thannhaeuser, 1934), Herold (2002), Hippy Stamp (2000: after rubber stamps from the 1960s), Hoedown (2000; +Shadow), Holla (2001; after Rudolf Koch), Holidayfont, Holtzschue(2000: a circus font, after David Rakowski, 1992), Honey Script (2000: a retro script), Horror Dingbats (2000; after Letters from the Claw, 1998), Houtsneeletter, Humboldt Fraktur (2002-2005; after a Schwabacher font by Hiero Rhode, 1938; +Zier, +Initialen).
  • Iglesia Light (2002), Iron Letters (2000), Isadora Original.
  • Jan Brad, Journal Dingbats, Jahreskreis (seasonal dingbats, 2002), JSL Blackletter Antique (2000, by Jeffrey S. Lee), Jugendstil Fraktur (originally designed by Heinz Koenig, 1907-1910), Jugendstil Ornamente (2002, art nouveau ornaments, after Schelter & Giesecke).
  • Kabinett Fraktur, Kaiserzeit Gotisch (2001), Kanzle (2001)i, Kanzlei Initialen (2002), Kalenderblatt Grotesk (2000), Kashmir (2001: an arts and crafts typeface), Kinder Vignetten (2002), KingsCross (2001: blackletter), Kinigstein Caps (2000: art nouveau initials after David Rakowski, 1990), Klarissa (2000), Kleist Fraktur + Zierbuchstaben (2002, after Walter Tiemann, 1928), Koch Antiqua (2002), Koch Antiqua Zierbuchstaben (2002), Koch Initialen (2000, after Rudolf Koch, 1922), Koenigsberger Gotisch (2001), Koenig-Type (2002; a Jugendstil Fraktur originally designed by Heinz Koenig, 1907-1910), Kohelet (2001), Koloss, Konanur Kaps (2000, after David Rakowski, 1991), Kramer, Krone Bold.
  • La Negrita (2000, +Shadow), Latina (2001: script), Lautenbach (2001, +Zierversalien), Legrand (1999: art nouveau), Lemiesz (2000), Lettres ombrées ornées (2002, based on a typeface by Schriftgiesserei J. Gillé, 1820), Linolschrift (2000, +Heavy, a linocut font as in the Munch paintings), Lintsec (2000, a stencil typeface, after David Rakowski, 1992), Liturgisch + Zierbuchstaben (2002, after Otto Hupp, 1906), Logger (2000, after David Rakowski, 1991), Lohengrin Fraktur (2000), Long Island Antiqua, Louisianne (1998-2000: +Contour, +Shadow; a bold upright connected script), Ludlow Dingbats (2000, after Ludlow, 1930), Luthersche Fraktur (2000).
  • Mainzer Fette Fraktur, Marker Felt (2001), Marketing Script (1999, +Shadow, +Inline), Marlboro (2000), Maximilian (2002, a Fraktur font and decorated caps based on Rudolf Koch, 1914; +Zier), Mayflower Antique (2000), Mediaeval Caps (2000), Medici Text (2002: an ornamental blackletter), Menuetto (1994, after K.R. Field), Messing Lettern (2000), Metropolitain (2000, an art nouveau font like the ine used for the Paris metro; +Contour, +Condensed), Middle Saxony Text (2001), Moderne Fraktur (1999), Monats-Vignetten (2002, based on drawings by Franz Franke for Bauersche Giesserei, 1920), Montague (2000), Monument (2002, after Oldrich Menhart, 1952), Mordred (2000), Morgan Twenty-Nine (1999: Victorian caps), Morris Roman Black (2002, after William Morris, 1893), Morris Initialen (2000, after William Morris).
  • Napoli Initialen (2000), Neptun Gotisch (1999), Neugotische Initialen (2002, after an original from 1890), North Face (2000), Nougat (2000), Nougat Nouveau Drop Caps (2000), Nubian (after Walter T. Sniffin's font from 1928).
  • Olde English, Old English Five (2000: blackletter), Old Town (2000: Western), Old London (2000: blackletter).
  • Packard Antique (2000), Paganini Text (2000: blackletter), Pamela (2000: an ornamental blackletter), Paris Metro (1998; +Outline), Parsons Heavy (2000, after Bill Ransom, 1918), Paulus Franck Initialen (2002), Penelope (2000, Victorian), Peter Schlehmil (2002, after Walter Tiemann, 1918-1921), Peter Schlemihl Fraktur, Picture Alphabet (2000; after an original from 1834), Pilsen Plakatschrift (2000), Pinewood (2000, like wooden branches), Pinocchio (based on a psychedelic typeface by Gustav Jaeger, TypeShop, 1994), Plakat-Fraktur (2001), Plakat Antiqua, Plastisch (2002: ornamental caps), Plastische Plakat Antiqua (2002), Plum Script (2000: an upright script)), Pointage (2000; after David Rakowski, 1992), Polonaise (1999: a formal calligraphic script), Polo Semi (2000), Powell Antique (2000), Prince Valiant (1999: blackletter), Printer's Ornaments One (after Blake Haber, 1994), Prisma (2003, a four-line typeface inspired by Rudolf Koch's Prisma), Progressive Text (2001), Puritan (2000, +Swash).
  • Quentin Caps (2001: Tuscan).
  • Rediviva (2002), Rediviva Zierbuchstaben (2002: a Schwabacher font after a 1905 typeface at Benjamin Krebs designed by Franz Riedinger), Reeperbahn (1999; aka Rope), Regatta Relief, Reiner Script, Relief Grotesk (2003), Revue Decor, Reynold Art Deco (2000: arts and crafts; +Contour), Rheinische Fraktur (1999: after a 1905 Stempel font called Arminius Fraktur and Rheinische Fraktur), Rio Grande, Rockmaker (2000, after David Rakowski, 1992), Roland 92000. +Shadow, +Contour), Rolling No. 1 ExtraBold (2000), Roman Antique (+Italic) (2000), Romantik Initialen (2000), Romantiques (2002: ornamental caps, perhaps a circus font), Rondo, Rosemary Roman (2001: a great calligraphic script based on Rosemary Hall's Rosemary Roman), Roskell (1998: a poster font, +Bold, +Shadow), Roslyn Contour (2000), Rossano (2000, +Shadow), Rothenburg Decorative (2000: a frilly blackletter), Rothenburg Fraktur, Royal Initialen (1999), Roycroft Initials (2000), Rudelsberg (Schrift, Initialen, Schmuck: a typeface family in Munch Jugendstil style, based on Otto Eckmann's Eckmann from 1901).
  • Saddlebag Black (2000: Western), Saloon ExtraBold, Saltino, Salto, Sans Plate Caps (2000), San Remo (2000: a Parisian art nouveau typeface), Sans Serif Shaded (2000, after a font by Stephenson Blake), Savings Bond, Schampel Black (2001: a blackletter), Schmalfette Fraktur (2000; +Schattiert), Schluss-Vignetten (2002, also from Bauersche Giesserei), Schmale Anzeigenschrift + Zierbuchstaben (2002, after Rudolf Koch's Deutsche Anzeigenschrift, 1916-1923), Schmuck Initialen (2001), Schwabacher (2002), Sebaldus-Gotisch (2002, a blackletter after H. Berthold's Sebaldus Gotisch from 1926), Sentinel (decorative caps from 2001), Sesame (2000, +Shadow), Shaded (2002, a take on Sans Serif Shaded by Stephenson, Blake & Co. Ltd., Sheffield), Sholom (1999: Hebrew emulation), Showboat Caps (2000), Shrapnel (2000: in the font, we find a reference to David Rakowski, 1992), Siegfried (2001, art nouveau, based on a typeface by Wilhelm Woellmer), Simplex, Sixties, Snowtop Caps (2001), Starburst (2000; after a 1990 font by David Rakowski), Steelplate Textura (2002), Stencil Display, Subway (2001: Black, Shadow), Supermarkt.
  • Tanach (2003: Hebrew emulation), Tannenberg (Fette Gotisch, Fett, Umrandet, Schattiert: after Emil Meyer, 1933-1935), Thannhaeuser Fette Fraktur, Thannhäuser Zier (2002; original by Herbert Thannhauser, 1937/38), Theuerdank Fraktur (2000; after Schoensperger's Theuerdank, 1517), Thorne Shaded (2002, a shaded didone based on a Robert Thorne design of 1810), Tierkreiszeichen (2002, zodiac signs, based on drawings by Franz Franke for Bauersche Giesserei), Tintoretto (2000, after a Schelter & Giesecke original), Titania (2001; after Titania by Haas, 1906), Titling Roman Antique, Tobago Poster (2001; +Shadow), Tone And Debs (2002; after a 1991 snow capped font by D. Rakowski; identical to Snowtop Caps in 2001), Tonight (2002: a marquee font), Topic, Toskanische Egyptienne Initialen (2003: after a 1889 font by Schelter & Giesecke), Transport Pictorials, Tribeca (2001, after a David Rakowski original), Trocadero Caps, Trucker Style ExtraBlack, Turtles (2000; an extension of Turtles by Neale Davidson), Typographer Caps (2000), Typographer Fraktur (2002), Typographer Gotisch (2002), Typographer Holidayfont (2002: Christmas dingbats), Typographer Rotunda (2002), Typographer Subway (2011), Typographer Textur (2002, Fraktur), Typographer Uncial Gotisch (2002), Typographer Woodcut Initials (2002), Typographer's Schmuck-Initialen.
  • Uechi Gotisch, Uncialis Deutsche, Unger Fraktur Zierbuchstaben (2002; after an ornamental caps typeface by Julius Nitsche done in 1908), Unicorn (2000).
  • Vadstena Rundgotisch, Varah Caps, Ventura Bold (2000), Verve (+Shadow, 2000), Victorian Initials (2001), Victorian Text (2001), Viking (2000), Vivian (2000, +Shadow), Vogeler Initialen (2002, aka Vogeler Caps), Volute (1999: art nouveau caps).
  • Walbaum Fraktur (after Justus Erich Walbaum, 1800), Wallau Deutsch, Wallau Rundgotisch, Wallau Unzial and Wallau Zierbuchstaben (2002; originals by Rudolf Koch 1925-1930), Walthari Text, Washington Text, Waterloo Relief, Wave, Weiß Initialen (2000), Weiss Lapidar (2002, revival of a typeface by Emil Rudolf Weiss), Weiss Rundgotisch (1998; Bold and Shadow), Werbedeutsch (2002, original by Herbert Thannhaeuser, 1934), Westminster Gotisch (2001: Lombardic), Wharmby (2000, a shadow font), White Bold (2003, a shadow font), Wieynk Fraktur (2002, +Initialen, + Caps Round; after a Schwabacher by Heinrich Wieynck, 1912), Wieynk Fraktur Vignetten (2001), Will-Harris Caps (2002, after David Rakowski, 1992, Woodcut.
  • Yellow Submarine Font, Yentus (2001: Hebrew emulation), Yonkers (2001: a Rundgotisch font), Yorktown (2000: a Western wood type emulation font).
  • Zallman Caps (2000, after David Rakowski, 1991), Zentenar Fraktur (2003: after Friedrich Hermann Ernst Schneidler, 1937), Zentenar Zier (2002; after F.H.E. Schneidler, 1937), Zierinitialen 1 (2002, after an original from ca. 1800), Zierinitialen Two (2002; based on Deutsche Zierschrift by Rudolf Koch), Ziffern und Pfeile, Zither Script, Zodiac Pictorials.

A set of TeX service files for many of the decorative caps fonts was published by Maurizio Loreti from the University of Padova.

The collection is now also available in OpenType. 1001Fonts link. Fontsquirrel link. Dafont link. Fontspace link. Abstract Fonts link. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Digital Typeface Studio (was: Evas Unique Fonts)
[Eva Barabasne Olasz]

Aka Eva Barabas, and as Digital Studio. Ireland-based designer of Zenfyrkalt (2015, decorative textured caps), Papyrus EBO (2015), and Cirkus (2015, curly font).

In 2016, she designed Kristaly (connected script), Rubican (connected script), FlypFlop (thin connected script), Dingfleur (floral dingbats), Dingsprinkle (ornaments), Lacy (textured), Coalpen, Digi Stamps One (flowery ornaments), the textured typefaces Leaffy (decorative caps) and Hyppolit, the ornamental typeface Zending, Karykas, the curly script Pyktor, Symca, Dood Leafs, Pypats, the textured typeface Zensyrom, Doodlowers, Doodletters, Woodys, the stylish display typeface Lynzer, the curvy Roucorns, the sans typeface Dyane, the pendant typeface Proxanys, the display typeface Chowes, the bubble-themed Amydor, the textured typefaces Sanzen and Bubbles, the sketched typeface Stone Story, the handcrafted Clarissa, Cally Script and Sanlabello, the mask dingbat font MaskbyEBO, the curly decorative all caps typefaces Zsylett and Zsynor, Rythmus and Popcorn.

Typefaces from 2017: Maudlyn (script), Hakyt (script), Atyla (script), Welga, Bynda (script), Kylets (script), Martyn (script), Balton (handcrafted), Zengo (ornamental caps), Chyga (Victorian, curly), Geryta, Leafyction, Edyra (textured caps), Simpla (textured caps), Digidon (textured caps), Trefay (calligraphic script), Fonix (textured caps), Haloven (Halloween font), Sylabus, Icing Cookies, Clarissa, Floryan (floriated caps), Flory Anna, Nebulo, Storyteller (floriated didone), Mandings, Zenyth, Beadwork, Eszty (calligraphic), Divat, Kahir (exquisite decorative caps), Zen3, Moaren (sketched), Moare (fingerprint texture), Stone Story (textured), Stampy, Wyllam, Dyane (sans), Manuell (a heavy display didone), Labrint (textured), Zenone (textured decorative initial caps), Zensyrom (textured caps), Marmelad, Filigran (a textured didone), Chamylle (leafy font), Balloony (comic book style), Bemydor (textured caps), Eggshell Mosaic (textured caps), Portabell (textured caps), Stampy Light (outlined shadow typeface), Tendrils (textured caps), Retrograph (textured caps), Digizen (textured all caps typeface).

Typefaces from 2018: Lamor (heart-themed textured caps), Zentyp (decorative textured initials), Square Frames, Seamless Patterns, Tiptak, Adetar, Seryfan, Blysher, Katalyn, Agrifan, Bokretan, Hebydia (calligraphic), Westyler (script), Pepitas, Sthencyl (script), Bykars (curly), Hegran (Victorian, with curls), Monogram Framer, Grafyk, Orhydea (upright script), Denka (textured caps), Dathyn, Agrish, Olyber, Sayes Script, Layers (with snowy TV screen texture), Dafodyl, Rubynt, Ofaly, Gudlak, Natyl, Vytorla Mix (curly script), Gaby, Kiraly, Meybi (heart script), Sofye, Emryt, Vytorla, Sybelia, Alyfe, Bigdey, Amagh.

Typefaces from 2019: Gitar, Feba, Arthegos (script), Quilty (script), Trinyta, Lyra (textured caps), Astoria, Judyth, Artopyl, Stokyt, Janzen (tribal texture caps).

Typefaces from 2020: Storyk (script), Pegro Stencil, Framed Monograms, Beprity Stencil (a script), Direkt Stencil, Dings, Sati, Hapyster, Stager, Lathyn, Welga, Agrifan, Atyla, Hegran (curly Victorian), Orhydea (a rabbit ear script), Dyobar (a stencil font), Cytar, Valtin (decorative caps for Valentine's day). Creative Market link. Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dikas Studio
[Andika Setiawan]

Bogor, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1996) who set up Dikas Studio in 2016 and (with Muthia Fajrijannah) Ludere Studios in 2020. His early fonts at Dikas Studio include the handcrafted display typeface Hantam Mereka (2016), the letterpress emulation font Caredrock (2016, 14 styles), the vintage label font Redvolve (2016), Sunday Quotes (2016), the spurred Victorian typefaces Bohem (2016) and Sadis (2016), Besitoea (2016), a vintage Sunburst collection (2016), the spurred Caringin (2016) and Dramaga (2016) and Sherlock (2016), the sci-fi typeface Space Weel (sic) (2016), the vintage Savaro (2016), the free poster typeface Kalemun (2016), and the mix-and-match poster typeface family Bollo (2016).

Typefaces from 2017: Stay Wildy, Oldventure, Historycal, Holiday in Monday, Chapter One (grungy), Bohem Press (spurred vintage style), Hillenberg (vintage).

Typefaces from 2018: Rajawaley, Outistyle (brush script), Outistyle Brush, Mahoni (an attractive fat script), Wildlast, Wild Ones.

Typefaces from 2019: Hot Sauce (a fat brush), Pine Script, Gutter (a hand-drawn all caps sans), Brotherland (vintage, weathered), Gutter Rust (free), Wildy Sign, Wildy Sans, Baby Wildy, Sherlock Press, Pine Forest, Marlies (script).

Typefaces from 2020: Liong (a friendly Western or saloon style slab serif), The Sherloks (vintage, spurred), De Floras, Chillow.

Typefaces from 2021: Kiti Cuties, Straightler (grungy), American Signer (a baseball script), Great Mammoth (a heavy poster typeface), LD Cherries (a scrapbook font).

I am really at a loss here---at Behance, we read that Nuryana Fajartama designed some of these fonts like Sadis and Dramaga. Creative Fabrica link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Diki Hermawan
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Din Studio (or: Doni, Ditatype)
[Donis Miftahudin]

Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1990) of these script typefaces in 2018: Radicalis (script), Blacktail (layered, spurred, Western), Aniyah (formal calligraphic script), Angelina Script, White Star, Better Saturday, Volaroid, Gravity Handwritten, Wellington (Sans), Mister Froggie, Amadora (upright script), Brilliant, Portland, Adora Queen, Fox Tail, Deliciously (+Sans), Breaking Down (brush-lettered), Welcome Home.

Typefaces from 2019: Smooth Fantasy, Le Jour (font duo), Kafina, The Stranger (dry brush), Rolling Back, Marline, Blue Rose, Better Summer, Lemonday, Rottely (a decorative serif) (by Muhammad Romzul Khoir?), Monday Vacation (a dry brush or chalk font; +Sans), Brilliant Soulmate (a signature font), Perfect Redemption (dry brush), Redemption (dry brush), Andasia, Saturday Lovers, Pondspell (a free dry brush font), Sailing Heart (dry brush script), Calling Loves Script, Just Calling, Zingakon (a brush font), Anastik, Miracle Script, Camellia, Blueberry, Lovely, Gulali (a heavy monoline script), Boga Bogi, Bigtime (script).

Typefaces from 2020: Bright Angels, Blaster Timers, Hawken (a sharp-edged display typeface), Lemonlove (squarish and interlocking), Darknight (a dystopian typeface), Kickout (a sports font), Vintage Melody (a vintage signage script), Anyva (a formal calligraphic script), White Pigeon (a heavy retro signage script), Ayalena, Gamerock (squarish, dystopian), Marrline (an upright monoline script), Black Bones, Westlake (a bold display serif), Anzilam (a regular script with a beheaded lower case f), Among (a condensed monolinear sans), Black Indie, Blue Rose, Kanetin (a sans), Menthol Signature, The Fox Tail (a lava lamp script), Willson (all caps, slightly flared), Kasdio, Lovely, Miftah, Shall Blossom (a dry brush script), Striker (squarish, modular and characterized by square counters), Waranty (a display serif), Aiytha (formal calligraphic), Blastine (a fine inky script), Sporten (squarish; a sports font), Vantely (a one-style monolinear sans), Atteron (a refined decorative all caps typeface), Carade (a decorative serif), Esporte (constructivist), Kafina (a decorative serif), Netraly (a condensed bold organic sans), Regular Brush (a dry brush script), Jafrine, Watterline, Redkits (a dry brush script), Feel Better (a dry brush font), Maraton (a blackboard bold font), Hellomind (a monoline script), Rodwick (a sports font), Norwill (a sports font), Kaithryn (an inky script), Ventralie (blackletter), Kingroad (a blackletter or tattoo font), Hunterlife (a blackletter font), Lovera (a display serif with tall x-height), Rankfine (a formal script), Slashmine (a calligraphic blackletter font), Blackside (a blackletter or tattoo font), Fiosthic (an inky script), Calvera (squarish), Revillia (a decorative serif), Aniyah (formal calligraphy), Better Saturday, Gacor (sans), Bright Rainbow, Dellons Signature, Le Jour, Mister Jacky (brush script), Panama (brush script), Roaster Brush (a dry brush script), Speedline, Sawah (a wide techno logo font), Finest Butter, Garetha (a decorative serif), Rithem (a dry brush script), Vintage Rotter (a monoline script), Amelliyo (a dry brush script), Okinawa (a dry brush script), Rostave (futuristic), Voyntea (calligraphic), Montheylin (a formal calligraphic script), Soage (all caps, mini-serifed), Avalors (a sci-fi font), Mister Sally, Razor Bland (all caps, a heavy razor-sharp sans), Request, Halvert (layered, all caps, vintage), Jasson Gillen (script), Mertalion (a vintage all caps mini-wedge serif), Black Bones (a dry brush script), Halleyo (a dry brush script), Pitchey Bloom, Rocklay (a smooth brush script), Black Arcade (Tuscan), Blaster Timers, Batteny, Bettermind Signature, Castrade (a thin architectural sans), Brown Sunflower, Slash Signature, Chyali, Rockel (squarish, techno, cybernetic), Best Quotes (a brush script), Sweet Fig, Remind (a heavy decorative serif), Stradas (spurred, Victorian), Neon Planet (a neon or paperclip font), Neon Planet Script, Malion (a display serif), Akserant, Akserant Display, Moderrat (a 7-style wide tuxedoed sans family), Pretty Queen, Cybero (a techno / cyberpunk typeface), Sisterhood (a dry brush script), Qeskile Voyage, Breathing (a dry brush script), Fogie (a ten-style display serif), Feeling Passionate, Bella Vista (a thin monoline script), Spring Sunday, Bogota (a display serif), Marcelo (an all caps train font), Montaseli (Sans, Script), March (a display mini-serif font family), Crowded (a vintage font), Grown, Gellatio (a dry brush font), The Poisoned Heart (an art nouveau style script), Costa Rica (script), Brightwall (a dry brush script).

Typefaces from 2021: Lafayette (a dry brush script), Margita (an 8-style cultured sans), Steamy Miracles, Smiling Lovely (a dry brush script), Grandift (a squarish typeface), Writable Story (an inky script), Beach Vibes (a brush font), Bigruns Brush (a horror brush font), Blimps (a dry brush script), Yellow Palette (dry brush script), Hysteria Rollers (a brush script font duo), Wild Month (a chubby flared all caps typeface), Denlia, Mirava (an 8-style geometric sans, from hairline to bold), Medyan Script (a bold retro signage script), Morning Vintage (a heavy reverse stress retro script), Misslena (a decorative serif), Boldy Vintage (a bold retro signage script), Finest Vintage (a creamy retro signage script), Reverse Vintage (a reverse stress script), Brave Gates (a dry brush font), Retro Vibes (a signage script), Angella White (a dry brush script), Carloti (a stylish all caps sans), Fitriyah (a decorative, almost painted, serif), Stay Retro (a signage script), Arthur Keith (a brush script oozing personality), Beauty Satine (script), Handoyo Signature, Lost Monday (a heavy monoline script), Vintage Round (a vintage signage script), Vintage Lander (a fat script), Sending (a dry brush script), Sweet Moments (a dry brush script), Vilane (a 7-style geometric sans), Windey Signature (calligraphic), Wonderful Branding (a dry brush script), Glory Signature (upright), Basking (a decorative serif), Billie Sight (an inky script), Finding Beauty, Antique Heritage (a rounded monolinear upright script), Fancy Matter (a monoline script), Safira March (a display serif), Beauty Swing (a decorative serif), White Space (a decorative serif), Billion Miracles (a signature script), Kickoff (a squarish font), Skater Squad (a graffiti font), Streetbomber (graffiti), Streetfire (graffiti), Streetlife (graffiti), Bomber Dreams (graffiti), Bosskids (graffiti), Bostero (a graffiti font), Urban Blocker (a fine bulky graffiti font), Bomberboy (a graffiti font), Billionary (a 7-style slab serif), Magelo (a thin-slabbed serif; seven styles), Miguel (a tuxedoed mini-serif typeface in seven styles), Chicago Makers (a fine vintage decorative serif; eight styles), Feeling Steady (a dry brush script), Flatlion (a monolinear script), Javyer (a thin script), Romely (a 7-style fashionable Peignotian typeface), Billastim (a thin and wild script), Universe (futuristic, octagonal), Wertign (a thin and wild script), Boomber Rockstar (a graffiti font), Vintage Rovery (a plumpish decorative serif), Starstone (squarish, modular), Portaly (a rounded monolinear sans), Spaceline (a sci-fi font).

Din Studio spun off Vintage Division in 2021, where it published their vintage fonts. The initial collection in 2021: Big Flask, Black Arcade, Blacktail, Boosters, Carlingthon, Cravery, Crowded, Dracolas, Fieldstone, Finest Vintage, Lastones (art deco), Lostcowboy, Medyan Script, Mertalion, Monoline Fighter, Morning Vintage, Mostlatest, Reverse Vintage, Royale Dreams, Stay Retro, Vintage Bridge, Vintage Feeling, Vintage Lander, Vintage Melody, Vintage Rotter, Vintage Round, Vintage Rovery, Western Brother. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Dirtyline Studio
[Hendra Maulia]

Banda Aceh, Indonesia-based designer of the script typefaces Humblle Rought (sic) (2015), Nirmana (2015, brush type), Cecilia Script (2015), Stay High (2015, graffiti influence), Gracias Script (2015), Bowlist (2015), Miguella Script (2015), Islander Brush (2015), Zailla Script (2015), Funkiess (2015), Scarlet (2015), Amanda (2015, calligraphic), Natasya (2015, a creamy signage font), Violla Script (2015), Seulanga (2015), Cornish (2015), Butller (2015), Twice (2015), Evelyn (2015), Steelmond (2015), Humble (2015; also spelled Humblle with two l's), Swirlesque (2015) and Jeumpa (2015). Aka Dirty Line Type.

Typefaces from 2016: The script typefaces Tendencia, Bull Stander (+Slab), Black Pearl Sans, Befolk, Wild Heart, Kick Hornet (brush style), The Beard, Drama Queen Script, Valiente Brush, Beautiful Dreams, Tropical (2016, in Brush Script, Brush, Brush Caps, Sans and Monoline styles), Rising Script, Rising Brush, Be Grateful, Sweetline, Lightening Sript, Zailla Script, Adorabelle Script, The Luxury, Harbour (brush type). In addition: Mortuguais, Black Heat (Victorian), Sweetline and Neptern (a Saul Bass style font).

Typefaces from 2017: Significent, Lindsey Smith Script (signature font), Axewell, Matchstic (retro signage), The Booster (baseball script), Cursive Script, Kindness Typeface (signage brush), Conquer (dry brush), Significant, The Boundaries (signage script), Blinded (fat brush script), Maldives Script, Mind Blowing (brush), Skywalker (brush script), Reshuffle Script.

Typefaces from 2018: Specta Retro Script (2018, a signage script by Hendra Maulia and Aulia Rahman), Hype Beast (brush font), Shockwave (SVG brush font), Humblle Rought (sic), Brewery (SVG font), Shanders (brush script), Hoodson (signage script), Emberblaze (brush font).

Typefaces from 2019: Blackink (a tattoo font), Hatch (brush script), Matao Serif (a decorative didone typeface done with Aulia Rahman), Black Theory (brushed), Magnison Script (signage script), Hoodson Script, Hyperflow, Baby Boomer, Hereditary, Stereohead (dry brush), Metafora, Metafora Sans (free).

Typefaces from 2020: Dx Sitrus (a 12-style display family), DX Rigraf (a 55-font sans, with a variable typeface on the side; the i and f are slab serif glyphs though), Hedgehock (a signage script), Hatch Brush (a dry brush script), Skywalker (a brush script), Matriver (a dry brush script), Adolle Bright (a quill pen script), Emerat (a heavy script), Nagaiya (a 15-style display sans (+a variable cut) characterized by sharp spurs; by Aulia Rahman and Hendra Maulia), Balecimo (a wild script), Scalter (a 42-style sign lettering typeface with Serif, Sans, Script and Variable options), Hazzard (script), Casta (a display serif in 55 styles; with a variable font), Cynthia Blooms (a signature script), Baby Boomer, Significent, Aliva Brush Script, Reshuffle Sans, Ancient Zurich, Rustler Barter (a display font done with Aulia Rahman), Neue Metana (a wide display sans by Aulia Rahman and Hendra Maulia), Mabrick Serif, Mabrick Signature.

Typefaces from 2021: Wagon (an 18-style sharp-serifed typeface family with a dancing baseline), Dx Gaster (a 15-style display or headline serif, with two variable fonts tossed in the mix), Magtis (a 10-style retro fashion mag serif by Aulia Rahman and Hendra Maulia), Scalter, Harmond (a 47-style display serif family with art nouveau charm), Cigra (a decorative serif by Aulia Rahman and Hendra Maulia).

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Dixie's Delights
[Michelle Dixon]

This used to be a wonderful page, but Michelle Dixon seems to have retired from the font making business. There used to be five shareware dingbats fonts: African Ornaments One, Cave Painting Dingbats One, Mayan Dingbats, Pre-Columbian Ornaments One, and Printers' Ornaments One (Mac PS), plus about 45 other original fonts (not shareware). In her wonderful collection, the following of Michelle Dixon's creations stand out: Arrighi Copybook, ItalianMosaicOrnaments, Beautiful, LondonHouse, Love Letter Typewriter, Gaudy Medium, Rusty Nail-Medium (the last four are all old typewriter fonts), and the display fonts Isla Bella (art nouveau), La Negrita, Arty Nouveau, Victorian, Art Nouveau Fonts, Bad Dog-Black, Berlin, Caslon Frenzy, Dixon's Vixens Caps, AntiqueMonoTW, DangerousTypoWriter, Elegant Nouveau Initial Caps, Fruitbasket, Matador, Manhattan, Modern Scribe, Ovid, Spillage, Tacos, Tolstoy, Typewriter, Love Letter, Basketcase, ChiliPepperDingbats, Postage Stamps, Garish Monde, Taco Modern, and Beautiful Ink. All fonts are between 5 and 30 dollars a piece, but often there are four fonts per face. In August 98, the absolutely gorgeous calligraphic font Beautiful Ink became available as a 10USD shareware font in Windows TrueType. Many designs are by Blake Haber, who is Michelle Dixon's husband. Located in Santa Barbara, CA.

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D.M. Rachmath
[DMR Studio (or: Aksaratype Industries)]

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Dmitry Loshkin

Moscow-based designer of the handcrafted Victorian typeface Snake End (2015) and a handcrafted outline font simply called Handdrawn Font (2015). Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

DMR Studio (or: Aksaratype Industries)
[D.M. Rachmath]

DM Rachmath, also written D.M. Rahmath and Rahmat (DMR Studio, Cianjur / Bandung, Indonesia), designed the hipster typeface Parantina (2017), the Balencha family of display typefaces (2017), the stencil typeface Beklon (2017), the vintage logo font Kalalua (2017), the hipster typeface Terazcho (2017), the layered Western textured typeface Baroschi (2017), the spurred typefaces Elago (2017) and Elagonian (2017), the free vintage display typefaces La Pontane (2016-2017) and La Pontane Deconia (2017), and the Victorian typeface LHF Sorangeun (2017).

Typefaces from 2018: Morowali, Kaliandra, Diantos, Jailolo (a rebel or sports font family), Persib Sasm (octagonal sports font; free demo), Veranomata (multishade font), Bieliko (prismatic), Nonami (great-looking athletic lettering fonts), Nonamiako, Naratas (athletic lettering), Kamarita (a logo font family), Axina (stencil), Hasya d'Ellena (formal calligraphy).

Typefaces from 2019: Beklon, Vietara, Tiaso (an athletic shirt typeface), BRQ (shadow typeface), Gharisan (octagonal).

Typefaces from 2020: Sima Maung (an octagonal athletic lettering font family that includes a few shadow styles), Leafco (floriated, textured), Pentacone (molecular, prismatic), Pollenca (script), Floresque (a multiline caps typeface), Garbello (a shadow font), Elago (a sports font), Boyana (a monoline script), Scada (a shadow font), Romansha (a display type), Nevota (an all caps sans), Mamberamo (a creamy script), Manawi (a creamy script).

Aka DMR Studio and DMR Art Studios, and as Aksaratype Industries). Home page of Aksaratype Industries. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Donis Miftahudin
[Nathatype]

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Donis Miftahudin
[Din Studio (or: Doni, Ditatype)]

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Douglas Day

Creator of Bracelet Victorian (Tuscan Ornate, Victorian) New&Old in 2001. He writes: Scanned from Tschichold's "Treasury of Alphabets and Lettering" (Norton) and painstakingly digitized. For another typeface based on the same alphabet, see Romantiques (2002, Dieter Steffmann).

In 2013, he reappeared at Fontspace and posted these free Victorian / Western / circus style ornamental caps typefaces: Gardenia Victorian, Radiant Antique, Caliope Victorian. All three were scanned from Dan Solo's Victorian Display Alphabets in 2001.

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Downwind

Downwind is an unesthetic Victorian negatively tilted display face. Various similar typefaces exist: Alfereta (Dan X. Solo: some say it is originally due to Seymour Chwast in the photo-lettering era, but Dan X. Solo's catalog states that it due to Manhattan Type Foundry), Voco Script (SSI/SSK), Layla (Silver Graphics), Funky Face (WSI/IMSI). [Google] [More]  ⦿

DPIKTD

Designer of these typefaces, ca. 2017: DML Sans, DML Serif, Victorian Cyborg, Guerilla, Graphic Novel T. [Google] [More]  ⦿

DTP Types Limited
[Malcolm Wooden]

DTP Types Ltd was launched in 1989 by Malcolm Wooden (b. London, 1956) from Crawley, West Sussex, England. Wooden worked at Monotype for over 20 years just before that. Malcolm Wooden joined Dalton Maag early 2008 to work on font engineering and production. DTP Types does/did custom font work, and sells hundreds of retail fonts.

In the Headline Font Collection (50 fonts), we find reworked and extended designs (Apollo, New Bodoni (1996-2002), Camile, Engravers, and so forth), as well as fresh typefaces (Hellene handwriting, Finalia Condensed, Birac, Delargo Black, Delargo DT Rounded (comic book family), Dawn Calligraphy).

In the Elite Typeface Library, there are type 1 and truetype typefaces for Western and East-European languages. For example, Elisar DT (1996, see also Elisar DT Infant) is a humanist sans family made by Malcolm and Lisa Wooden. Fuller Sans DT (1996) is a grotesk family by Malcolm Wooden. Greek and Cyrillic included. Other typefaces: Garamond 96, Pen Tip (Tekton-like).

Fonts distributed by ITF and MyFonts.com: Berstrom DT, Beverley Sans DT (2007, comic book style face), Birac DT, Century Schoolbook DT, Convex DT, Delargo DTInformal, Delargo DT Infant, Engravers DT (1990), Finalia DT Condensed, Garamond DT, Garamond Nine Six DT, Goudy Old Style DT, Graphicus DT (1992, a 24-style geometric sans family), Kabel DTCondensed, Leiden DT (1992: after Dick Dooijes's Lectura), Macarena DT, Modus DT (2007), New Bodoni DT (1992), Newhouse DT (1992, a large neo-grotesque family), Office Script DT (1994, copperplate script), Pelham DT (1992), Pen Tip DT, Pen Tip DT Infant, Pretorian DT (a revival of an old Edwardian font by P.M. Shanks done by Ron Carpenter and Malcolm Wooden in 1992; for a free version, see Vivian by Dieter Steffman), Solaire DT, Triest DT, Vigor DT (2000---a slab serif family).

Discussion: Something I don't get is that Vecta DT (2006) is based on Vecta (2005, Wilton Foundry)---same name, same sans family, what gives? Duet DT (2006, a calligraphic script) is by Robbie de Villiers of Wilton, based on his own Duet (2004). MyFonts page. The typophiles reserve harsh judgment: I recognize these designs by their original names. Slightly manipulating Times Roman, Optima, Icone, Franklin Gothic, Sabon, Tekton, does not make them new or original. Many of the designs are identical to the originals they're derived from (Carl Crossgrove), The DTP Types outfit sells the usual rip-off fonts under new and old names (e.g. Century Schoolbook DT, Engravers DT, Goudy Old Style DT, Kabel DT, etc.) (Uli Stiehl).

  • Typefaces from 2007: Rustikalis DT (after a phototype by VGC from the 1960s), Appeal DT (a revival of the Victorian typeface Apollo designed ca. 1900 by Aktiengesellschaft für Schriftgiesserei und Maschinenbau), Fatbrush DT, Kardanal DT, Pamela DT (semi-blackletter).

    In 2008, DTP announced a new newspaper and magazine text family, Arbesco DT (PDF), based on a 1980s photolettering family (see also here), and a simple 24-style architectural sans family called Sentico Sans DT (elliptical). They also published the marker family Pen Tip DT Lefty in 2008.

    In 2009, the calligraphic Trissino DT was published: it was named after Gian Giorgio Trissino (1478-1550) the Italian Renaissance humanist, poet, dramatist, diplomat and grammarian who was the first to explicitly distinguish I and J as seperate letter sounds.

    In 2020, he released Hastrico DT (a 13-style grotesque family), Hastrico DT Condensed.

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  • Dusan Jelesijevic

    Serbian graphic designer located in Gornji Milanovac, Serbia. Cofounder in 2009 with Slobodan Jelesijevic, his father, of the Serbian foundry Tour de Force. Creator of these typefaces:

    • Dusan Script (2009, Ascender: a monoline informal hand-printed script).
    • Artvod (2009, slabby and octagonal at the same time).
    • Qiltray (2009, handwriting for long texts).
    • Punkerro Crust (2009, delicious scratchy type).
    • Rough the Type (2009, blackboard style).
    • Shuma (2009, handwriting).
    • Dolina Script (2010).
    • Econs (2010, ecology dingbats).
    • Sensor (2010, an ink-trap monoline face).
    • Enforcer (2010, an elliptical headline sans).
    • Epruveta (2009).
    • Passage (2010, a great art deco family, including Initials and Borders).
    • Amanet (2011). A flared display face.
    • Osmacka azbukovica (2011). A Cyrillic font made by his kids in school.
    • The clean-cut semi-humanist sans family Centim (2011).
    • The Egyptian typefaces Saxophone Soprano and Saxophone Baritone.
    • Debelly (2011), one of the best typefaces to come out of Tour de Force. They say about this elegant fat poster face: Debelly is catchy fat typeface, with lovely geometric shapes. Inspired with contrast strokes, with square joins, Debelly gives an impression of retro style combined with contemporary trends. It is designed specially for packaging, posters, logotypes or headlines, even it can be pretty handfull in smaller sizes. Contains 375 glyphs.
    • Epitet (2011). A simple monoline family built around elegant elliptical shapes.
    • Refren (2012): A monoline script face.
    • Equator (2012): An avant-garde caps headline family.
    • Brisko Sans (2013). A straightforward sans family. Extended to Brisko Display (2012).
    • A day before Serbia was crushed by the Belgian soccer team, Dusan published the organic sans typeface Publio (2013).
    • Kamenica (2013). A display sans. Followed in 2017 by the gorgeous Kamenica Texture typeface family.
    • Nervatica (2013). A children's book font.
    • Lasta (2013) is an informal serif typeface advertized as poetic.
    • Selektor (2013). A geometrical almost techno sans family. This was followed by Selektor Slab (2013).
    • Bartender (2013). A copperplate typeface.
    • Lumier (2013). An all caps geometric sans family inspired by art deco posters from the interwar period. Followed by Lumier Texture and Lumier Rounded (2018).
    • Scholle (2014). A bouncy two-style inline family with cartoonish elements.
    • Hedon and Hedon Display (2014). A hedonistic sans that exhibits the sort of contrast one finds in inscriptional types.
    • Lumberjack (2014). A bouncy fat cartoon typeface. Not to be confused with Thiago Bellotti's Lumberjack (2013, Mushroom Type), it was renamed 24 hours after its first appearance to Lumberjacky.
    • Trampoline (2014). A funky typeface.
    • Dondolare (2014). A primitive hand-drawn typeface.
    • Balcon (2014) and Balcon Round (2014, a condensed rounded sans).
    • Scripton (2015). An urban wall brush type.
    • Manzello (2015: a workhorse text typeface).
    • Pleyo (2015). Hand-crafted, perhaps for children's books.
    • Dusan Script (2015).
    • Fartitudo (2015). Just for the name alone, this typeface deserves a medal. Fartitudo is a 3-style handcrafted all caps poster family in a genre that was kickstarted by Pintassilgo in Brazil.
    • Avram Sans (2016).
    • Dambera (2016) and Dambera Retro (2016). A connected script, perhaps suitable for children's books. Crazymond (2016). Hand-crafted semi-connected script.
    • Lunatino (2016). A poster script.
    • Plonker (2016). An all caps hand-printed typeface.
    • Fine New Bonbons (2016). A quaint candy store script.
    • Napolitanka (2016). A delicate high-fashion hifgh-contrast didone.
    • Businessland (2016). A rough handcrafted poster typeface.
    • Escondida. A high-contrast connected script.
    • Alonga (2017). A serif family with considerable contrast characterized by sharp triangular serifs.
    • Nula (2017). A 22-style humanist sans typeface family.
    • Mymoon (2017: a geometric sans in 22 styles), Mymoon Stencil, Mymoon Stencil Texture.
    • Landsick (2018). An intense script.
    • Blond (2018). A sans family that tends towards the humanist side.
    • Penfriend (2018). A script typeface.
    • Modny (2018). A fashion mag Peignotian sans family with a gorgeous inline style.
    • Stropha (2018). A compact slab serif family.
    • Hlad (2018). A distinguished 5-weight incised / lapidary typeface family.
    • Masny (2019). A no-nonsense modern sans family in 22 styles.
    • Connectica (2019). A retro connected script.
    • Dietal (2019). A condensed squarish military parade slab serif. Accompanied by Dietal Sans (2019).
    • Mondish (2019). A stylish sans family, perhaps best suited for fashionable environments.
    • Edicia (2019). A charming serifed typeface family.
    • Plaisir (2020). A serifed text family that oozes style.
    • Roanne (2020). a 44-style sans family characterized by a yawning lower case a.
    • Prego (2020). A 23-style Peignotian sans.
    • Prelom (2020). A retro wedge serif family in 15 styles.
    • Hartia (2020). A 10-style serif.
    • Silqa (2020). An art deco typeface on Novichok.
    • Finoteca (2020). A beatnik font.
    • Kondes (2020). A 20-style condensed squarish sans with variable styles.
    • Lupio (2021). In 20 styles: a variable and static geometric sans family.
    • OK Moral (2021). A Western font.
    • Ragazzi (2021). A 21-style with a didone skeleton but dwarfed serifs and sharper terminals.
    • Metropola (2021). A Victorian era sans accompanied by a variable font.
    • Stray (2021). An 18-style geometric sans for Latin and Cyrillic, with pinched connections.
    • Ancress (2021). A wide geometric sans in 14 styles.
    • Klaud (2021). A 14-style slab serif of Clarendon pedigree.
    • Fabular (2021). A twelve-style display serif.
    • Cat Fight (2021).
    • Bottled Moon (2021). A Victorian serif.
    • Povetarac (2021). A 6-style and variable high-contrast sans family.

    Behance link. MyFonts link. His most popular typefaces showcased. Fontspring link. Klingspor link. View Dusan Jelesijevic's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Edi Gunawan
    [Edignwn Type (or: Fitriyawan)]

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    Edignwn Type (or: Fitriyawan)
    [Edi Gunawan]

    Magelang, Indonesia-based designer of the signage script typeface Justlyne (2017), the connected scripts Arthurdale (2018), Natalia Rosaline (2018, a font duo at Runsell Studio), Rusted Orlando (2018: monoline), Jaquilane (2018), Soulgates (2018) and Qatar Capital (2018), and the handwriting typeface Morristone (2018). He also designed the vintage typefaces Classic Arkansas (2018), Retro Chalet (2018) and Echomotors (2018).

    Typefaces from 2019: Hemispheres, Acherone, Historical (Script, Sans), Natasha, Windgard (brush signage script), Throttles, Lancaste, Northam Thorne, Josephine (script), Pacific Coast, Jessie Odelya.

    Typefaces from 2020: Rundeck (a Victorian display serif), Hallen (a decorative serif), Inlander (a vintage label font), Retroica (a vintage display sans).

    Typefaces from 2021: Homkiges (a connected italic typeface), Higakles (a 9-style family that contains slab serifs and sans versions ranging from Regular to Stamp), Martellas (a vintage font duo, +Dingbats), Duhline (chamfered vintage caps), Neoland (a fat signage script), Polands (a reverse stress western font), Retrokia (a monolinear supermarket script), Monogram Holder, Laquile (a ten-style meaty script), Brocades (vintage and grungy), Bygonest (an old typewriter font), Rustic Printed (letterpress emulation), Menalde (a vintage all caps typeface), Marline (a vintage slab serif display typeface), Hertical (an 8-style vintage caps typeface with sharp serifs), Peacher (an elegant formal script with serious contrast).

    Edi Gunawan is associated with Runsell Studio and/or Fitriyawan. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Eduard Scholz

    Typefounder in Vienna around 1900. His work includes the art nouveau post-Victorian typefaces Reklameschrift Secession and Zierschrift Monopol. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Eduardo Recife
    [Misprinted Type]

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    Edward Pelouze
    [Boston Type Foundry]

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    Edy Bagus Pamungkas
    [Arkara (or: Fopifopi)]

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    Ekahermawan
    [Putu Eka Hermawan]

    Bali, Indonesia-based designer of Brastika (2020: a decorative serif), Kopitha (2020: a decorative serif), Castrelon (2020), the blackletter typeface Herkaloya (2020), the display serif typefaces Diskanila (2020) and Astila (2020).

    Typefaces from 2021: Sunbest Mora (a curly serif with Victorian influences), Klaristha (a Victorian serif), Dhaks (a display typeface with traditional Hebrew terminals), Rottran (a woolly serif font), Kostania (a superb display typeface with plenty of ligatures), Bakihara (a blackletter), Bhostra Lala (a hyper-decorative font), Frastha (a wavy hipsterish display typeface), Brolian (a display sans), Shallota (a 9-style stylish display script), The Kanderlic (a creamy signage script), Kalivo (a 9-style display typeface with flared strokes). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Ekaterina Sheleveister

    Based in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Ekaterina Sheleveister created an unnamed Latin / Cyrillic Victorian script typeface in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Ekayasa Ekayasa
    [Authentype (or: Mix Jpg)]

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    Eko Nur Cahyo
    [Kulo Kale Studio]

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    El Mehdi Chouyoukh
    [Mchcrafter]

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    Elaine Biss

    Lancaster, PA-based designer of Kiddie Sampler (2011) and Elaine (2006, curly hand-printed face).

    In 2012, she went commercial via Creative Market. Her fonts there include Kiddie Things Dingbats and Victoriana Caps (2012).

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    Elizabeth Carey Smith

    Lettering artist and graphic designer in Brooklyn, NY, who runs the design studio, The Letter Office, and teaches typography and design at City College. She specializes in text-heavy publications and information graphics. Her typefaces:

    • At Type@Cooper (2011-2012), she designed the crisp, elegant and feminine geometric sans typeface Brightcut.
    • In 2011, she created Howland New at Type@Cooper. This is a revival of a typeface from 1892 by John F. Cumming. Mac McGrew comments on Howland: Howland was introduced by Dickinson in 1892 as a "companion series to DeVinne." The same design was called DeVinne Condensed (No.3) by Keystone Type Foundry, but differs from the De Vinne Condensed issued by other sources. Howland Open followed in 1894; it was copied by Linotype as Condensed Outline and suggested through the 1940s as a display typeface for classified advertising pages which banned bold types. Compare DeVinne Condensed, MacFarland Condensed.
    • Various typefaces that are part of Elizabeth's Imaginary Alphabets: Marguerite (Victorian), Harlemite (vernacular).
    • Typefaces in the works (as of 2017): Jada (a great rounded sans), Avedon.

    Home page. Imaginary Alphabets link at Alphabettes. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Eller Type
    [Emerson Eller]

    Emerson Nunes Eller is a Brazilian graphic designer based in Lisbon, Portugal. He has a Masters from UEMG in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, in 2014, and his thesis there was entitled Letras do cotidiano: a tipografia vernacular na cidade de Belo Horizonte. It led to the (caps only, Tuscan, Victorian) vernacular typeface Sucata. He holds a PhD in Communication Design from the University of Lisbon. In 2019, he graduated from the Expert Class type design at the Plantin Institute of Typography, Antwerp.

    In 2017, he designed the innovative hybrid (sans / serif) typeface Sagarana.

    Typefaces from 2021: Itacolomi. He explains: Itacolomi is a result of an extensive investigation into Scottish style types produced in Brazil around 1820. A possible connection between Brazil and Scotland. In short, it preserves the qualities of the famous 19th-century Scotch Roman types while adding a personal approach with unique features from the early Brazilian models.

    In 2019, supervised by Frank E. Blokland at the Plantin Institute of Typography, he developed the (garlde) Glossa type family.

    In 2021, he released the slab serif Perva, which is accompanied by Perva Reverse (a Western font) and Perva Black (an old English blackletter). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Ellmer Stefan
    [The Pyte Foundry]

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    Ellmer Stefan & Johannes Lang
    [Stefan Ellmer]

    Stefan Ellmer is a Norwegian type designer based in Oslo. In 2014, he set up the commercial type foundry Ellmer Stefan & Johannes Lang with Johannes Lang.

    Codesigner with Joakim Jansson and Dag Laska of the bespoke typeface Aker Brygge Display (2012). For an architecture magazine, he created Corvus Corax at Skin Designstudio. The Science typeface family was commissioned by Work AS.

    In 2013, Stefan is in the stages of publishing Essay, a wonderful very readable angular text typeface, at Type Together. Ellmer was finally published in 2014 as Essay Text.

    Other typefaces in development include Amalgam and Yorrick Tristram (a baroque typeface). He also designed the grotesque typeface family Georges. Still in 2013, Johannes Lang and Stefan Ellmer co-designed the free display typeface Brevier Viennese (Langustefonts). It is based on a Victorian typeface called Viennese by the Fann Street Foundry from 1874.

    In 2014, he created Ur 1927 and writes: Ur 1927 is a digital reanimation of the original sketches by Paul Renner made for the typeface that later became Futura as part of the social-housing program Das Neue Frankfurt in 1927. Ur 1927 is not an auto-traced imitation neither an interpretation of the original source---like other revivals of pre-digital type---but an attempt to grasp the inherent design principles of the original design and the ideological impetus intended by its maker. Ur 1927 is sticking stubbornly to the sketches made in 1927---not performing any optical compensations or deviations from geometrical construction. In addition it incorporates all (!) alternative---radical even to contemporary eyes---letter shapes drawn by Renner.

    Schouss Plass (2014) is an angular display typeface developed for Schous Plass, a youth café and concert hall in Grünerløkka, Oslo.

    In 2014, Johannes Lang and Stefan Ellmer revived the frilly Victorian typeface Stencil Gothic originally designed by John West in 1885.

    Sentralen Oslo (2016). They write: A set of 3 text and one display typefaces for the branding of a new multidisciplinary cultural site based in the old town of Oslo, Kvadraturen. The text styles are based on the former stationary of the Oslo Sparebank, which later became the foundation responsible for the redefintion of the old bank building. The display typeface is a derivate of the logotype (not shown) and is intended for use in the site's wayfinding system. These typefaces were commissioned by and developed in close collaboration with Metric Design, Oslo.

    Levvel Script (2016) is a brush script based on illustrator Bjørn Rune Li's distinct handwriting style. It was commissioned by Scandinavian Design Group.

    Gustav Display (2018) is an exclusive (lapidary, roam, inscriptional, wedge serif, all caps) typeface for the celebration of Gustav Vigeland's 150th birthday in 2019. Commissioned by the Vigeland Museum in Oslo, it was designed by Ellmer Stefan under the Art Direction of Anders Hofgaard (NODE Berlin Oslo), and is based on an inscription accompanying one of Vigeland's sculptures.

    In 2018, Ellmer Stefan designed a custom sans typeface for Diller Scofidio + Renfro.

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    Emerson Eller
    [Eller Type]

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    Emfoundry
    [Jon Melton]

    Emfoundry is the micro font foundry of type designer Jon Melton, whose first degree in art dates back to 1984. It was created originally as part of his MA in Typographic Design postgraduate studies at the Cambridge School of Art within Anglia Ruskin University in 2007. Jon Melton is course leader for BA (Hons) Graphic Design at the CSA. His academic research as a senior lecturer at this university informs his work that focuses upon key moments in type design evolution.

    His typefaces are not commercially available, They inclde:

    • Fount Sans 1756 (2018), a revival typeface of the 18th century, the legacy for all the countless sans serif fonts today. Speaker at ATypI 2018 in Antwerp, where he explains that revival: The search for the origin of today's commercial sans serif typography has become something of a holy grail for type historians. The earliest known example of a deliberately geometrical serifless letterform was confirmed back in the late 1990s, on a plan-drawing title block for a new parliamentary building. It was produced whilst on the grand tour by the architect John Soane. Duly exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1779, it marked the start of Soane's utilising this then-radical letterform on his design drawings and for inscriptions on buildings. Prior to Soane's exhibited "Design for a British Senate House," there is a void. Scholars are aware that the sans serif originates within the letterforms of Greece and the informal inscriptions of the Roman Empire. But what inspired Sir John Soane to use it, for what appears to be the very first time?
    • Cuban Revolt. Cuban Revolt was inspired by a plantation sugar sack from the 1960s, which utilised a sans serif letterform with modeling curves and counters created during a traditional hand-cut stencil process in silk screen printing. It has a constructivist feel.
    • Russian Revolt. Russian Revolt was created via a regularization of the modeling of its comrade font Cuban Revolt. It is a faux-Russian display face with a range of contextually (Cyrillic) inspired alternate glyphs that reflect the experimental typography of dadaism, suprematism and constructivism.
    • Cuba Libre & Cubana.
    • English Open, or "Georgian English Open Initials & Titling". English Open was derived from the letterforms of metal engravers, and examples of these are readily found on armorial silver and maps produced over one hundred years earlier than the first available open typeface specimens. Its character follows the steel and copper plate engravers of the 18th century, and is ultimately informed by the open types of the period such as Cocaine, Moreau-Le-Jeune, Fournier, Fournier Le Jeune and Rosart.
    • Empire Initials, Empire Initials mark the end of informed neoclassical and revivalist ornamentation, and the beginnings of ostentation and the over-adornment so representative of Victorian eclecticism. White-out decorated fat types were produced within a very short Late Regency period, from the 1820s-40s, of fevered expression within the decorative arts.
    • English Vernacular. The letter is informed by generations of 17th and 18th century armorial silver and goldsmiths, glass engravers, topographic and political print gravurists, signwriters and our provincial stone carvers who developed English vernacular, the Georgian artisan letter.
    • Bifurcated Bodoni. EM Bifurcated Bodoni represents a missing piece of the typographic evolutionary puzzle, with its Archaic and Deviant alternates exhibiting tentative and restrained characters and ornamentation, such as median decoration, internal tracery cusping and Romanesque letter formations. [...] The transition has been increased and the proportions expanded pointing towards the predominant display Fat Faces of the period; while the serif bifurcates subtly to represent early tentative experiments within what became known as the Tuscan form.
    • Classic Soane: Classic Soane is created in homage to the Regency architect Sir John Soane and his refined classical vernacular.
    • Pure Soane Sans. Melton explains this inscriptional sans:,i>Pure Soane Sans forms part of a reappraisal of the Regency architects intensions for inscriptional letterforms following a recent discovery of an overlooked early Sans serif letter on a pair of gate houses in Norfolk. These buildings were recorded as erected between 1790-92 with two Greyhound statues including inscriptional motos on stone plynths contemporary to the building. The letters have distinctive widths and features, particularly the 'G' and 'J' which shares an idiosyncratic partial serif that is also seen on Soane's titling on the better known drawings for his proposed Norwich (Castle) Gaol. These features have provided the clues to a new Sans Serif Typeface firmly based upon the 18thC origin of the seref-less letter.
    • Ogilby's Britannia (Britannia Regular, Britannia Italics, Britannia Swashes): Ogilby's Britannia reflects the engraved letterforms published in Britain's first Road Atlas published in 1675. John Ogilby employed numerous Surveyors, Weywisers (measuring wheel), Cartographers, Plate Engravers and Printers in the production of his revolutionary book. This typeface seeks to capture the engraver's vernacular of the 17th century, utilising the ichnographic ornaments and cartographic letterforms used on Ogilby's post roads strip maps, which applied a standardised unit mile for the very first time.
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    Emil Gursch

    German foundry based in Berlin, active from 1866 until 1917, when it was acquired by H. Berthold AG. Klingspor's file on Gursch. Typefaces published by them include:

    • Accidenz-Versierungen.
    • Akademisch.
    • Alexandra (<1897).
    • Antiqua No. 2 through 9.
    • Apollo Grotesque (1897).
    • Alt-Gotisch (1899) mager&halbfett. Altgothische initialen.
    • Bambus Grotesque (1896).
    • Berliner Fraktur (ca. 1897).
    • Briefschrift Deutsch (<1899).
    • Britannia-Versalien (1902).
    • Continental Grotesque.
    • Dekorative Vignetten (1899).
    • Egyptienne.
    • Elzevir, ca. 1899: many weights and styles.
    • Eskorial (1909) and Eskorial halbfett (1908) by Eduard Lautenbach, published by Emil Gursch.
    • Flächer Ornamente (1899).
    • Fraktur 14g (1910), Fraktur 14 halbfett (1915), Fraktur 16 (1916), Fraktur No.4 through No.8. Halbfette and Moderne schmale halbfette Fraktur, Schmale Fette Zeitungs-Fraktur, Fette Fraktur.
    • Gloria (1898), Fette Gloria Kursiv (1904), Gloria fett (1902), Gloria schmalfett. Gloria Kuric schmalfett. Digitally revived in 2019 by Ralph M. Unger as RMU Gloria.
    • Gothisch (schmale enge, Courante and Accidenz), Renaissance Gothisch (1902: eng, magere and halbfette), Fette Gothisch (neueste and breite). Gothische Federzüge.
    • Grandezza I and II (1904) by Hermann Zehnpfundt.
    • Grotesque.
    • Hermes Grotesque (1897).
    • Hortensia (<1902). A digital version of this Victorian script was finished in 2009 as Hortensia by Canada Type: Hortensia was Gursch's most popular typeface, used extensively and prominently in many beautiful type catalogs, and a commonly seen design element in Germany for quite a while after its release.
    • Industria (1913, a grotesk designed for ads). Weights include Zart, Halbfett, Fett and Zephyr. By Hermann Zehnpfundt.
    • Journal (1912-1913) by Hermann Zehnpfundt. Weights include Antiqua, Kursiv, Antiqua Halbfett.
    • Breite Kanzlei, Moderne halbfette Kanzlei, Antike Kanzlei (wow!).
    • Kavalier (1910) by Hermann Zehnpfundt.
    • Klinger (1919, +Antiqua) by Julius Klinger.
    • Koenig-Type (1903-1907, Heinz König), Koenig Schwabacher (1912-1913, Heinz König), Koenig-Fraktur (1910, Heinz König. This is also called Gursch Fraktur),
    • Kontinental Grotesk.
    • Korona (1905, + Halbfett) by Albert Auspurg.
    • Mediaeval, Cursiv, Mediaeval Cursiv.
    • Monument (+Halbfett).
    • Moderne Schreibschrift.
    • Phönix-Cursiv (1897).
    • Polygon Undine (1904).
    • Roma (ca. 1897).
    • Rubens (1905) by Albert Auspurg.
    • Rundschrift.
    • Saxonia Einfassung (borders).
    • Schwabacher, Fette Schwabacher (1899).
    • Schwarze Hände, and many great math and astrological sets.
    • Senefelder (1908).
    • Sirius Ornamente (1908).
    • Skulptur (1901): has styles called Halbfett and Licht.
    • Sütterlin Unziale (+Halbfett), made in 1905 by Ludwig Sütterlin himself.
    • uncial gotisch or Morris Gotisch. For a digital version, see Morris Gotisch by Gerhard Helzel.
    • Versierte Italienne.
    • Werk Fraktur (fett, halbfett), done before 1907.
    • Zierschrift Roma, Zierschrift Apollo, Zierschrift Gloria, Boston Zierschrift.
    • Zirkular Kursiv (1913) by F. Müller-Münster.
    There were also numerous ornaments and vignettes. Published documents include Industria, eine charaktervolle Reklame-Grotesk (1913), Polygon-Undine. Fette Gloria-Kursiv (1904), Nachtrag zur Handprobe. Neue Erzeugnisse aus den Jahren 1898-1901 (1902), Munster-Sammlung der Schriftgiesserei Emil Gursch, Berlin S., Messinglinien-Fabrik und Gravir-Anstalt (1899). That last book is their main publcation, 112 pages of nicely presented specimens covering all lettertypes and ornaments in detail. A peek into one of Gursch's specimen books. PDF prepared by Klingspor Museum. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Emil Karl Bertell
    [Fenotype]

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    Emilee Higgins

    Portland, OR-based creator of the Victorian typeface Wishbone (2012). PDF file. Emilee is a graduate of the Art Institute of Portland with an BA in Graphic Design. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Emma Wesseling

    During her studies, Nieuwleusen, The Netherlands-based Emma Wesseling created an all caps Victorian ironwork typeface (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

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    Bandung, Indonesia-based designer of Joglo (2016), a frilly typeface based on Hanacaraka, the traditional Javanese typeface. He also created Black Moon (2016, a spurred vintage typeface) and Swoosh (2016, a brush font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Endang Hidayat
    [Bang Kumis Type foundry (was: Eltypolocos Type foundry)]

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    Ephemera Fonts
    [Ilham Herry]

    Ephemera Fonts was set up in 2020 by experienced type designers Gilang Purnama Jaya and Ilham Herry, with the goal of creating vintage digital fonts.

    In 2020, they co-designed the vintage (Victorian) sign painting font families Ephemera Fascia (layered, by Ilham Herry) and Ephemera Sickles. They write: Ephemera Sickles is a ornamented letterhead style typeface-inspired by the Victorian era (1800-1900) and this style was commonly used by engrossers at the turn of the century to embellish official documents, such as diplomas and other certificates. The style is named after Charles Sickels, who headed the art department of Electro-Light Engraving Co. in New York City during the early 20th century.

    In 2020, Ilham Herry designed Ephemera Egyptian, which, despite its name, is a block lettering sans.

    Typefaces from 2021: EFCO Brookshire (a Victorian all caps serif), EFCO Overhold (vintage signage; all caps), Ephemera Nickson (a heavy vintage typeface), Ephemera Shoemakers (a spurred font). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    E-phemera (was: HPLHS Prop Fonts, and earlier: Prop Fonts)
    [Andrew H. Leman]

    Andrew Leman is a prop designer in Hollywood, CA. The type foundry HPLHS Prop Fonts (was: Ephemera, Prop Fonts) was started by Hollywood's Andrew Leman, and is now located in Pasadena, CA. Some fonts are free, most are commercial.

    Dafont link. Klingspor link.

    Andrew Leman's fonts:

    • Cablegram (2001, old typewriter face, T-26).
    • Leviathan.
    • Garamold (2007, 2 styles).
    • Journalistic (2007, a blackletter inspired by the nameplate of a New England newspaper from the 1920s).
    • Blackburn (2006, distressed).
    • RTemporal (2006, blackletter).
    • Fonts in the HPLHS series, dated 2002: HeadlineTwoHPLHS, OldStyle1HPLHS, OldstyleItalicHPLHS, OldstyleSmallCapsHPLHS, Rogo, SlabSerifHPLHS, TelegramHPLHS, WW2BlackletterHPLHS, WW2BlackltrAltHPLHS, HPLHS-Lovecraft Cursive and Block (replica of H. P. Lovecraft's own handwriting), HPLHS-Autograph Lanier (replica of the 1875 handwriting of Sidney Lanier, a 19th century American poet), HPLHS-TextSerif (really Linotype Antique No. 1), HPLHS-TypoScript, HPLHS-TextSerif Oblique, HPLHS-Bulfinch, HPLHS-Colwell, HPLHS-Colwell Italic, HPLHS-Cromwell, HPLHS-National Oldstyle (after Goudy's font by that name), HPLHS-Post Monotone, HPLHS-Atlas Italic, HPLHS-Italic, HPLHS-Victoria (from the 1923 ATF book), HPLHS-Manuscript Caps, HPLHS-Tome Pi, HPLHS-TypoGothic, HPLHS-Copperplate Roman, HPLHS-Gothic520, HPLHS-Times Gothic, HPLHS-Persnickety, HPLHS-Roman Engraved, HPLHS-Mercantile, HPLHS-Mercantile Oblique, HPLHS-Mercantile Card, HPLHS-Headline Modified, HPLHS-ExtraExtra, HPLHS-Extra (wood type), HPLHS-Forsythe, HPLHS-MetroThin, HPLHS-MetroLight, HPLHS-MetroMedium, HPLHS-MetroMedium Italic, HPLHS-MetroBlack, HPLHS-Policy Gothic, HPLHS-Black Gothic, HPLHS-Gothic Compressed, HPLHS-Black Condensed, HPLHS-Black Oblique, HPLHS-Electro Gothic, HPLHS-Blackletter (an irregular hand-drawn textura font based on the lettering of French heraldic engraver Charles Demengeot).
    • The E-phemera Font Collection, available from MyFonts, which includes these fonts, with a majority being retro or script typefaces: Policy Gothic (2012, an eroded caps face), Mooseheart (2012), Operapolitan (2012), Fishwrapper (2012), Fred (2007, inspired by a 1930s typeface by Fred G. Cooper), Schreibweise (2007, a pirate-flavored font inspired by a hand-lettered manuscript dating from 1492), Cablegram-Regular, Golden Ticket (2003: Base, Fill, Highlight; a digitization of hand-drawn poster lettering by Otto Heim from 1925), Cablegram-Urgent, Cablegram-Madras, Cablegram-Ottoman, Julius Klinger (2003, based on 1925 fabric lettering by Julius Klinger), Cablegram-Zagreb, DMV Printer, Landry Gothic, Telegrafo, Toronto Gothic (2003: worn wood type or letterpress emulation, close to Condensed Titling Gothic #11), Vogue (pencil-lettered caps), Penitentiary Gothic (+Fill, +Lolite, +Hilite, +Shadow), Chicago House, Compliments (+Upright), Satisfaction (script based on 1930s cigarette ads), Vandal Broke Extra Juicy, Lanier (2004), Impersonal. The Cablegram and DMV series are typewriter fonts. Heck Italic (2010) is based on captions, labels and legends appearing on 19th-century maps and natural history engravings by Johann Georg Heck. Dai Vernon (2010) is based on the handwriting of card magician Dai Vernon.

    View Andrew Leman's typefaces. View the E-phemera typeface collection. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Eric Be
    [Eric Berto]

    Alicante, Spain-based designer of the condensed Victorian typeface Regencia (2018) and the free sans typeface Kymera (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Eric Berto
    [Eric Be]

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    Eric Kurniawan
    [Burntilldead]

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    Erik Kirtley

    Graduate of Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design (2013-2016). Malmö, Sweden-based desiner of the free Victorian typeface Echotopia (2020), which is based on the masthead of an issue of The Echo published sometime between 1890 and 1900. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Ernst Johnston (Edward) Lauschke

    Nineteenth century engraver (b. Germany, 1872, d. 1944) in Chicago. He designed these typefaces:

    • Pekin (1888). This is an oriental simulation typeface first published in 1888 at the Great Western Foundry under the name Dormer. It was very novel at the time, and shows the mannerism of art nouveau. The name Pekin was given to it by BB&S after Great Western morphed into BB&S. The name Pekin was probably first given in 1923, but surely before 1925. McGrew says this: Pekin is one of many typefaces renamed by BB&S for their 1925 specimen book. Its original name was Dormer, patented by the Great Western foundry in 1888 and credited to Ernst Lauschke. It is a very novel face, basically a fine-line letter with most characters having a heavier accented portion in an unconventional place. Vertical strokes on some of the capitals extend downward like descenders. It was made only in two sizes, one of which was later plated by Type Founders of Phoenix, after ATF had recast it in 1954. For a digital revival of Pekin, see Pekin by Solotype.
    • Handcraft Title and Handcraft Wide Title. Mac McGrew: Handcraft is renamed by BB&S for its 1925 specimen book. Handcraft Title was designed by Ernst Lauschke in 1887 as Spenser; this was followed by Wide Spenser which became Handcraft Wide Title. With lowercase added a few years later, Spenser became Southey, and later Handcraft.
    • Brevet Normal (1887). A Victorian typeface revived in digital form by Dan Solo.
    • Additional typefaces at BBS: In 1891, Julius Schmohl and Ernst Lauschke designed an art nouveau and a Victorian face for BBS. Unnamed BBS typeface from 1887.
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    Ethan Phan

    At the University of the Arts in London, Ethan Phan designed the Victorian typeface Cinerva (2018) and the experimental Precursor (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Eva Barabasne Olasz
    [Digital Typeface Studio (was: Evas Unique Fonts)]

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    Fabio Martins

    During his studies in Bauru, Brazil, Fabio Martins created the free Victorian typeface family Hogshead (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Face Type
    [Marcus Sterz]

    Austrian foundry located in Vienna, est. in 2008 by Marcus Sterz (b. 1971) and Andrej Waldegg. MyFonts link. Unless exlicitly mentioned, all typefaces are by Marcus Sterz. You Work For Them link.

    • Adria Grotesk (2013). This was followed by Adria Slab (2014).
    • Aldrans (2009, minimal sans).
    • Anymals (2008) is one of my favorites: it has dingbats of imaginary undersea monsters.
    • Asimov (2009). What is this?
    • Baustelle Thin (2009, hairline sans).
    • Bikra (2010, Plain and Stencil).
    • Blitzplakat (2009). A poster face, white on black.
    • Darjeeling (2010) is a display family inspired by both Optima and Bodoni.
    • Doll (2008), Dollbats (2008).
    • Flint (2008). A hand-drawn squarish face.
    • Gerber (2009, pixel face).
    • Grafinc (2009). An ultra fat art deco. See also Grafinc Rounded.
    • Hausbau (2009, experimental).
    • Idrans Medium (2010). A poster face.
    • With Georg Herold-Wildfellner, he created the Victorian family Ivory in 2009.
    • Letterpress (2009) is an experimental grungy family in which he mixes glyphs of three classics, Jakob Erbar's Phosphor (Ludwig&Mayer Foundry, ca. 1923), Aurora (1912, Johannes Wagner Foundry) and Permanent Headline or simply Headline (Karlgeorg Hoefer).
    • Lignette Script (2011) is an extensive loopy monoline script font.
    • Loki (2009). A decorative pixel family.
    • The Marlowe family (2010) is pure art deco elegance---a play on geometric forms and elegance. Subfamilies include Marlowe Cocktail and Marlowe Swirl.
    • Moki (2011).
    • Mono Lisa (2020) by Marcus Sterz, in collaboration with programming experts Andrey Okonetchnikov and Juho Vepsäläinen. A commercial programming font to compete with Fira Code, Source Code, and Jetbrains Mono.
    • Motto (2009). An art deco typeface in the style of the Italian Futurismo of the 1920s, designed for using with two colors.
    • Mouse (2008-2009, pixel), Mousedings (2008).
    • Newcastle (2014).
    • Notdef (2009). A strange experiment.
    • The handwriting typeface Palma (2008).
    • Pinback (2009, techno).
    • Plaquette (2018). A collection of retro typefaces ranging from Victorian to Bauhaus to the sixties.
    • Publica Sans (2016). A clean geometric sans typeface family. Publica Play (2016) is a playful, and even more organic, sans that exploits many OpenType features. Publica Slab (2017) and Publica Sans Round (2021) complete the collection.
    • Scrap Outline (2008).
    • Slug (2009). A geometric typeface made for bicoloring.
    • Status (2009, super fat art deco).
    • Strangelove Next and Strangelove Next Slab (2010). This beautiful typeface was inspired by Stanley Kubrick's movie Dr. Strangelove. The original titles were designed by Pablo Ferro, who is one of the most acclaimed film title designers, especially famous for his hand-drawn lettering. Dr. Strangelove is a hairline face.
    • Substance (2013). A sans family.
    • Wenzel (2009). Handprinted.

    Facetype's typeface library. See also here. View Marcus Sterz's typefaces.

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    Fahrizal Tawakkal
    [Fontdation (was: Twicolabs Design)]

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    Faka Pratama Putra
    [Tama Putra (or: Tama Vocks)]

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    Fann Street Foundry / Reed&Fox

    Fann Street Foundry is a defunct London-based foundry, started by Robert Thorne in 1794. It specialized in display types, often Victorian in nature towards the end of the 19th century. The foundry was bought by William Thorowgood in 1820, by Robert Besley in 1849, became Reed&Fox in 1866 and closed in 1906. Its designs passed to Stephenson Blake.

    Fann Street Foundry Reed&Fox (1873, London) is one of their specimen books.

    The Reed and Fox typefaces Viennese and Corinthian were combined in 2014 in Nick Curtis's digital typeface Genever NF. Johannes Lang and Stefan Ellmer revived Viennese in 2013 as Brevier Viennese, and Jason Wolfe reinterpreted it in 2021 in his https://www.wolfehall.com/projects/samuelbradleydam?refby=m">Bradley Dam (2021).. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Fantail

    A prototypical Victorian typeface first seen in the 1889 catalog of the Franklin Type Foundry, and later in the ATF catalogs. Digital revivals include OPTI Fantail (Castcraft) and Wanted (1991, Richard Beatty). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Faqih Sandri
    [Typollery (was: Dri Zy)]

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    Farhan T. Sudiya
    [Illusletra (was: Typovecto, or: Tirta Craft)]

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    Fathi Al Ghazi
    [Youthlabs Studio (was: Zrox Studio, Muhammad Fathi Al Ghazi)]

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    Fatimah Dipi
    [Kong Font (or: Gemes Font)]

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    Fauzan Rafhy

    Bandung, Indonesia-based designer of the Victorian typeface Big Nord (2017, with Adam Fathony). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Feeling C. Foster
    [The Union Type Foundry]

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    Fenotype
    [Emil Karl Bertell]

    Fenotype, a Finnish type foundry, has the original (often techno) designs of Emil Bertell (b. 1983, Helsinki) and his brother Erik Bertell and wife Kea Bertell. Emil has been studying graphic design at University of Art&Industrial Design in Helsinki since 2004. He designed most of his typefaces during 2001-2004, and works as a freelance illustrator. Behance link.

    Typefaces made in 2002: Disco (prismatic), Lakmus, Valimo, FUTU, Test1, Foton Torpedo, Cheaptype, Personal Computer, Copycut, Unicode 0024, HKI Metro, HKI NightLife, Digital Kauno, Fenotravels (dingbats), Tivoli, Kosmonaut, 10124, JouluFonttiFenotype, Testi, 1laitos, 1120, 0629 (2002, a kitchen tile font), 0927, 0210, FTdingsprevi, Fenotypedings#lego3, Genotype, NeoPangaia, NeoPangaia 2, Nipponblocks, Pectopah, Personalcomputer, Pouttu, Samarin (2002, athletic lettering), Unicode0024, URALphat, URALthin, URAL, URAL3d (all Latin/Cyrillic fonts with incomplete punctuation though), Automania (multiline), Copycut, Halo, 222_2003, Tantor, Letters, Rikos, Lastu, ThreeTheHardWay, Bukkake, Halo. Emil's brother Erik designed Neon (paperclip face), Mama and Mama Round (paperclip typefaces). In private email, he calls himself Carl. The foundry evolved from 2theleft.

    Fonts made in 2003: Military Dingbats, 08 02 03 Fenotype, Projectsfenotype, Rock-it.

    Fonts made in 2004: Scandinavian Titan white, Scandinavian Titan, Acid Test 2, Acid Test (texture typefaces), 080203, Letters11, Linja, Projects, Rock it, Simpletype. Commercial typefaces: Sapluuna, Shortcut, Transeuro-Express, Omega-Uros, Fenotype Dings, Military Dingbats, Nippon Noodle. Typefaces made in 2004: Kolari, Kolari Light, FTfaces, Twisted Ontogenesis. Alternate URL.

    In 2005: RoundAbout, Nihilist Philosophy, Boogie Monster, Chunky Hunk (Western), Diy Typeface (kitchen tile style), Futuretro (stencil-like), 3TheHardWayOverrun, Pedant Dilettante, FT Rosecube, FT Blockbuster, 3TheHardWayRMX, Adios Gringo (Western face), Helsingfurt (3d oil glow face), Cream Soda (liquid), Thashed Paper Bag, Big Medium.

    In 2006: Rock It Deluxe (grunge), Cassette (dingbats), Kings Garden (Japanese trees as dingbats).

    MyFonts link, opened in 2009, where one can buy 080203, 3 The Hard Way Overrun, 3 The Hard Way RMX, Adios Gringo, Depth Charge, FT Helsingfurt, FT Roundabout, FT Scandinavian Titan, FT Twisted Ontogenesis, Ice Cream Soda, Kings Garden, Kolari, Nihilist Philosophy, Old Note, Rock It, November Script, and Majestic Mishmash (ransom note caps), Digital Kauno (2002, upright script), 10.12, EB Vintage Future, Fenotype Dingbats, FT Forest, FT Funghis, FT Military Dingbats, FT Weapon of Choice, Motel Xenia, URAL, Valima.

    Additions in 2010: Linguine (connected script), FT Telegraph (slab serif), FT Brush, FT Industry Machine, FT Giorgio, Killer Elephant (signage), FT Supervisor (ultra-condensed), FT Dead Mans Diary (scribbly), FT Grandpa Script (grunge calligraphy), FT Stamper (angular lettering), FT Tantor (fat, rounded), FT Bronson (fat display typeface with mustache dings thrown in), FT Master of Poster (bi-level display typeface with many ligatures and interlocking letters), FT Hidden Forest (tree dingbats), FT Mammoth (grotesque headline face), Rikos (futuristic), Squarendon Extra Bold (2010, a Clarendon), FT Moonshine Script (a Treefrog style face), Billboard (a hand-printed rounded caps family), EB Bellissimo Display (rounded monoline sans), Malamondo (an all caps display typeface with a large number of interlocking ligatures), Linja (2002 and 2010, a rounded ultra condensed family), Punavuori (2002 and 2010: a monoline sans family), Signor (2010, a rounded all caps family), Mrs. Lolita (connected script), Funghi Mania (mushroom dingbats), Funghi Mania Script, Darlington (very open upright connected script family), Archipelago (+Caps: an upright connected script), Tower (pieces that enable one to modularly construct towers when stacked; created as a school assignment at the University of Industrial Art&Design Helsinki in 2006), Monster (just as Tower but for monsters), Verna (informal face with ball terminals), Verner (2010, a connected script version of Verna), Verner (2010, a connected script version of Verna).

    Typefaces from 2011: Pepita Script (an upright connected script with small lachrymal terminals), Pepito (its nonconnected version), Barber (upright script family), Banzai Bros (a fat caps-only signage face), Mishka (an upright connected script with tear drop terminals).

    In 2012, he created Salamander Script, Taiga (connected upright script), Mercury Script (a set of upright connected script typefaces), Slim Tony (a bubblegum retro signage face) and Mercury Ornaments.

    Typefaces from 2013: No. Seven (a successful brushy signage or baseball script), Alek and Alek Ornaments (an upright signage script), Voyage (a vintage script), Barracuda Script (brushy signage face), Bonbon (signage script), Bonbon Ornaments, Scaramouche (a playful connected script).

    Typefaces from 2014: Larry (sturdy connected script), Silver (upright connected script), Powder Script, Peaches And Cream (creamy signage or baseball script), In and Out (a connected retro signage script), The Carpenter (a script family in the style of Mercury Script).

    Typefaces from 2015: HMS Gilbert (a collection of 14 hand-crfated vintage types), Lager (a signage script family with adaptable swashes and other opentype goodies), Vanilla Shot, Journey (a smooth and elegant vintage script family of four weights and a matching ornament set, packed with alternate characters, and, in Bertell's style, perfect connections between glyphs), Tea Biscuit (signage script), Skipper, Skipper (connected script), Frost (a signage typeface that is just right, a sure award winner), Monday (sign apinting typeface).

    Typefaces from 2016: Jazz Script, Fragola (sign painting font), Syrup (sign painting font), Cosmopolitan (monoline connected script), Bluebell (copperplate calligraphic script), Inkston (vernacular brush script together with the standard handcrafted sans and text styles), Beaujolais (brush script), Black Script (a heavy signage script), Beaujolais (an organic brush script), Cold Brew (signage script), Inkheart (tattoo style).

    Typefaces from 2017: Camper (monoline script, accompanied by Camper Print), Aether Rain (thin script), Thang, Big Fish, Bolton (Bolton Script and Bolton Script, and the degraded Bolton Print pack), Vodka (Slab, Sans, Pen and Brush), Poster Brush, Fresh Press (signage style), Praktika (grotesk), Praktika Rounded, Blossoms, Kitchen (sign painting brush), Letterpress Studio, Takeaway, Aether Rain, Pitcher (baseball script), Karu (a workhorse sans), Bluebell (calligraphic), Roster (signage script), Dog Days, Catsy, Alfons (in Script, Display, Sans, Serif, Tiki, Extras and Ornaments subfamilies), Cosmopolitan (monoline script and sans pair), Snooker (retro signage script), Salty (a creamy brushed signage typeface).

    Typefaces from 2018: Aster Script, Audrey (a monoline script and sans duo), Galatea (a 48-style sans family by Erik and Emil Bertell), Double Porter (an 18-style font collection with scripts, sans, and grunge faces thrown in the mix), Matchstick, Fruitos, Corner Deli (a layerable set of fonts in script and sans styles), Bayamo (a brush script done for Monotype), Sidecar (a connected monoline neon sign script, and a matching sans), Ginger John, Brush Marker, Shirataki (monoline soft pen script), Ash (a crayon font), Breakfast Script, Dallas Print Shop (a display family by Teo Tuominen and Emil Karl Bertell), Capital (a sans and serif family by Teo Tuominen, Erik Jarl Bertell and Emil Karl Bertell). Elixir, Maestri (a classical connected scrupt by Teo Tuominen and Emil Karl Bertell), Popcorn (brush script), Cherry (signage script), Goodwater, Signature Script, Kingfisher (a beer botle signage script), Sonder (brush script).

    Typefaces from 2019: Taurus (an all caps logotype family by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Ex Libris (a high contrast flared serif titling font), Riley (a retro sign painting script), Allison Script, Milky (a sign-painting brush script), Portland (a reverse contrast typeface by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Zeit (a transitional text typeface by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Boardwalk Avenue Rough (a monoline script and a weathered all caps sans), Avion (a sans family by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Yes Script, Gainsborough (script), Florian (a roman typeface with crisp edges and some contrast), Vogue Sans (a haute couture all caps contrast sans), Fabrica (a decorative frilly didone by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Chai (an expressive sans / serif hybrid), Rainmaker Script (monoline), Aequitas (a stylish sharp-edged roman typeface family), Tapas (by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen: a Serif, Sans, Deco and Script collection), Lawrence (a stylish roman typeface), Kallio Brush (a signage brush script), Morison (a great 32-style wedge serif typeface by Erik and Emil Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Felicity Serif (a juicy bold high-contrast serif), Las Palmas (Brush, Pen, Slab, Condensed), Honey Drops, Explorer, Boardwalk Avenue (a sans/script font duo), Skye (a heavy decorative didone), Leftfield (a retro baseball script), Steak And Cheese, Agile Sans (a humanist sans by Emil Karl Bertell, Erik Jarl Bertell, and Teo Tuominen), Punk Rocker, Silverline, Perfume (Pen, Brush and Sans), Hops And Barley, Allison.

    Typefaces from 2020: Laurel (by Teo Tuominen, Emil Bertell and Erik Bertell: a 4 style sans with amnay wedge elements), Omnipop (Sans, Brush, Script), Paper Tiger (a Victorian Script accompanied by a condensed flared serif in two weights and a chunky sans serif), Resolve Sans (by Teo Tuominen, Emil Bertell and Erik Bertell: an extensive grotesk super family of 124 fonts: from compressed to extended, thin to black), Gambler (a 14-style display type collection), Rockford Sans (2020: an 8-style geometric sans with large x-height and slightly rounded corners; Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Slacker (a brush script), Grand Atlantic (a vintage display package), Magnolia (Brush, Serif), Walden (a heavy rustic serif typeface by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Klik (a geometric sans family with Bauhaus influences, by the dynamic trio of Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Rose Garden Deluxe (a font duo), Felicity (a heavyweight display sans).

    Typefaces from 2021: Alonzo (a 24-style Peignotian sans by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Imagist (a 12-style sharp-edged serif by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Maine (a 12-style modernized book antiqua by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Briston (a bold creamy serif in the Windsor genre), Lagom (a 16-style slab serif with some Clarendon charm; by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Skillet (a chubby Cooper Black-genre typeface full of hedonism and joie de vivre), Kings Valley (a decorative serif), Shaker Script (monolinear), Wonder (a 12-style rounded serif in the style of Windsor; by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Ellie Script (a signature script), Dirty Sundae (a casual font), Grand Cru (a refined serif family with 36 styles; by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell and Teo Tuominen), Kiosk (a 4-style vintage headline typeface family in Script and Sans versions).

    Dafont link. Behance link. Creative Market link. MyFonts interview.

    View the Fenotype typeface library.

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    Feòrag NìcBhrìde
    [Feorag's Place]

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    Feorag's Place
    [Feòrag NìcBhrìde]

    Nice designs by Feòrag NìcBhrìde (or Feòrag Forsyth) from Edinburgh, Scotland. Her Mac TrueType and PostScript fonts are mostly reproductions of historic type. Styl, Styl Round, Astradyne and DaySquareCut are futurist in inspiration. Chapbook and Chapbook Italic are based on 17th century type and Vespasian is taken from a late 7th century manuscript. Symbats and Orkney Runes are of particular interest to occultists. Flgheadh, my first shareware font, makes the creation of knotwork rows as easy as typing three characters which happen to be next to one another on the keyboard. Viking Runes from the Orkney Isles, Taisean (2010, angular uncial), Accelerando (2009, nice simple techno face), Day Square Cut (1997; based on lettering designed by Lewis Day, some time around 1900), Cianán (Mac type 1 font based on an old Irish manuscript, 1998), Astradyne (based on the font used on Ultravox's Vienna LP from 1980), Symbats (1997-2008, a Pagan dingbats font), Innsmouth Plain (2011, hand-printed), Skelett (2011, blackletter), Maeshowe (2014, Futhark runes), Orkahaug (2014, a grungy version of Maeshowe), Lindberg (2007-2014, a beer bottle font), Lindberg Caffeine (2014), Springmarch (2014). In 2016, he designed the Victorian typeface Whittier.

    Dafont link. Older URL for her free stuff. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Ferry Hadriyan
    [FHFont (was: Feydesign)]

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    Ferry Septian
    [Uncurve]

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    FHFont (was: Feydesign)
    [Ferry Hadriyan]

    Ferry Hadriyan (FHFont and before that, Fey Design, located in Indramayu and/or Cirebon, Indonesia) designed these typefaces in 2015: Milkytwins Modern Wave, Fantasia (a charming curly upright script), King City (calligrapghic signage script), Chocolate Heart Script, Adefebia (calligraphic wedding script font), Sexy Shout, Awesome Display (signage script), Love Mile (curly brush-painted font), Shakila (a vampire script), Hard Brush Ghost, Telena Brush, Slow Motion Script, Heaven Sky, Candy Sugar, Chocolate Heart (curly script), and Hard Brush.

    Typefaces from 2016: Anniversa (wedding script), Point Break, Atlantis Heart (brush font), Hometown (a 15-style vintage letterpress-style family, +Clean, +Rough), Apple Tree (dingbats), Strawberry, Wild Zova (a free brush script), Beauty Heart, Devil East, Sexy Shout, Hometown Script (signage script), Awesome, Hunter Heart (free vintage titling font), Voltury, Wowangle Brush Script, Nightamore (free brush script font), Honeymoon Midnight (calligraphic).

    Typefaces from 2017: Peace Maker (script), Hunter Skyfar (dry brush), Wonderfebia (wedding script), Chocolate Milky, Soybeanut (upright script), Vertical Brushy, Firefly, Ambergris Script (calligraphic), Arthouse Display Pro (Victorian), Real Stones, Hard Stones Pro, Photograph (a formal calligraphic wedding script font).

    Typefaces from 2018: Bloomy Script, Strongloves (dry brush), Break Stones.

    Typefaces from 2019: Esmetralda, Pinkalova (a free brush script), Magentasia, Butter Swany, Butter Luchy, Caramello, Wondertime (dry brush), Mangotea, Simpletune, Pintenium Script (brush script), Pinkalova Script, Pentenium (brush script), Dragtime, Auntekhno Script (handlettered script style), Salute Riches, Shutten Reason, Young Blood Solid.

    Typefaces from 2020: Festany (a dry brush script), Button Grinder (all caps, dry brush), Marijose (a dry brush script), Astro Jack, Browsa (a modular all caps typeface), Frigtona (a dry brush script), Ankerisey (dry brush script), Southwave, Vinegart (dry brush script), Brightsome, Bitten Amore, Artics Snow, Aimchestar (a brush script), Hello Beauty, Rightside (a dry brush script).

    Typefaces from 2021: Mount Light (despite the name, a bold script), Standgrow (a fat script). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Fiodor Sumkin

    Byelorussian illustrator who fled his country when he was 18 years old. He sold paintings in Moscow and now lives in Amsterdam. His drawings are straight out of the 19th century, ornamental and playful. He is also inspired by the psychedelic lettering of the 1960s. Discussion of his work by Coles. Typefaces, all made or drawn in 2006-2007: Rodopi, Fashion Condensed, Farringdon, Hopkins, Rondell (Western style face), Abramesque (ornamental caps), Mansard Trimmed (19th century emulation), Wedlock, Silverado, Shimmer Wide (cyrillic), Mona (extra-wide slab serif), Flirt Chloe (more 19th century ornamental glyphs), Jubilee (constructivist Cyrillic lettering), Big Cyrillic pixels (many great pixelized alphabets), Cuba, Gingerbread (Victorian), and St. Clair. Alternate URL. Check out his gorgeous country maps designed for the aeroflot in-flight magazine in 2008. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Fiorelo Filho

    Buenos Aires, Argentina-based creator of the spurred Victorian typeface Nautical Type (2015). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Flavia Maidana

    Flavia Maidana (Buenos Aires, Argentina) designed Old Art Font (a Victorian display face) for Vino Galan Tango in 2013. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Flora Jammes

    Graphic designer in Paris. In 2016, she created Kitch, a Victorian typeface that is based on Campanile (1881, the Cincinnati Type Foundry). She also drew an alphabet called Fraktur (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Florence Boudier

    Graphic designer in Strasbourg, France, who created Meerschweinchen in 2014. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Florencia Romano

    Freelance designer in Buenos Aires, who created the wavy Victorian typeface Alfabeto Ela in 2015. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Floris Voorveld

    Dutch freelance graphic designer (b. Almelo, 1985) living in Granada, Spain, and/or Nijverdal, The Netherlands. Creator of the free rounded sans typeface FV Almelo (2012), which was designed using ruler and compass. FV Granada (2012) is a contemporary monoline sans typeface. FV Deventer (2012) is a wavy antique almost Victorian font. Floris also created Hipster Icons.

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    Fonderie Française

    French foundry. Designers of some beautiful often didone typefaces, such as the fat face Liliom (see Slimblack for a similar typeface). They also produced well-known Victorian decorative capitals under the names Romantiques No. 1 through 5. The Egyptian typefaces are called just that, Egyptiennes (Narrow, Bold, Italic). Henry Chaix made the display roman typeface Editor in 1937.

    Revivals include Liliom Pro (2012, Ralph M. Unger). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Font Factory
    [Andy Benedek]

    Andy Benedek's (b. Manchester, UK, 1945) Cotswolds-based outfit for "custom fonts and lettering of distinction", founded by him in 1988. Andy (András) made corporate typefaces for Umbro, QZERO, Bowater, Lloyds Bank, Royal Free Hospital, Liptons teas, Gordons gin, Marlboro cigarettes, as well as typefaces for magazines (Royal Academy of Arts, Elle, Blueprint) and for newspapers (The Scotsman). All this was done under the label of The Font Factory. With Michael Johnson and Mike Pratley, he created a font for BT Cellnet. A braille typeface has been developed to aid the production of signage for the blind. In 2001, he co-founded Fine Fonts with Michael Harvey. CV. Typefaces:

    • Aesop (2000, with Michael Harvey): developed from book jacket lettering drawn by Michael Harvey for an edition of Aesops Fables.
    • Balthasar (2002, with Michael Harvey): a serifed stencil font.
    • Braff (2002, with Michael Harvey, for Monotype Imaging): an outline face.
    • Fine Gothic (2002, a blackletter typeface co-designed with Michael Harvey): a blackletter family with a Basque A.
    • Friezea (Andy Benedek and Michael Harvey, Fine Fonts). The original font dates from ca. 1990. They explain: The origin of this font was a frieze in the RAF Chapel in Westminster Abbey which Michael Harvey was commissioned to design and create. It was comprised of the names of the top brass in Bomber Command, namely Dowding, Harris, Newall, Tedder, Portal and Douglas. The Brief was to cut the letters in bronze and guild them. Instead, they were cut in perspex and guilded. Some twenty years later, the missing upper-case letters were drawn together with the lower-case letters and Frieze, the font, was born.
    • Marceta (2003, with Michael Harvey): an eighth-century uncial.
    • Mentor (2004, with Michael Harvey, for Monotype Imaging): a Times-Roman style family.
    • Mentor Sans (2004, with Michael Harvey, for Monotype Imaging): a sans family.
    • Quirky (2010).
    • Ruskin (2008, Andy Benedek and Michael Harvey, Fine Fonts). This display serif typeface was originally created as a commission for Michael Harvey to design a signage font for the Dean Gallery in Edinburgh.
    • Scorpio (2015). Based on he condensed lettering Michael Harvey drew for the card The Sign of The Nudge which was designed in collaboration with poet Ian Hamilton Finlay. It was digitized after Harvey's death by Benedek.
    • Songlines (2001, with Michael Harvey): based upon a pen-drawn script drawn by Michael Harvey to illustrate a poem by Johannes Thurman.
    • Tisdall Script (2002, with Michael Harvey): based upon the brush-drawn script lettering of Hans Tisdall, who was the designer of many distinctive lettered book jackets for Jonathan Cape in the 1950s.
    • Victoriana (2002, a Victorian font by Andy Benedek and Michael Harvey, Fine Fonts). Named after cyclist Victoria Pendleton.

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    FONTana Typestudio
    [Amondo Szegi]

    FONTana is a font design studio in Szeged, Hungary, started in 1999. Free and commercial typefaces (39USD/piece) by Gabor Kóthay (La Danse, Luxury, Sehrgut (Fraktur), Faximile (1999), L&R (1999), Monsoon (1999)), and Amondó Szegi (Telegdi family, which is based on the worn typefaces used by Abbot Nicolaus Telegdi at the Vienna Jesuit press in the 16th Century; Velorex (1999)). Very beautiful web page, and fantastic fonts in all respects!

    Free typefaces: Zodiac (2000), Cards (Gyula Zsigri, 2001), Maldoror, Domino (Gabor Kóthay), Count, Csenge (a Hungarian rune font by Csaba Dávid), Qwerty (Gabor Kóthay, 2000), Y2K (Gabor Kóthay, 2000).

    Early commercial fonts: Woodini (caps), Sleeping Beauty (caps), Zimbalo (1999, Amondó Szegi), Pacalsone (1999, Amondó Szegi), Paradox (1999, Amondó Szegi), Construct (2001, Amondó Szegi), Binario (2000, Amondó Szegi), Bikewrench (2001, Amondó Szegi), Cabin (2001, Gábor Kóthay).

    At T-26, in 2001, Amondó Szegi published the commercial typefaces MuseFace (art nouveau), Glosso (2003), Xodus (2001, Regular, Italic, Forgotten), Kozma-Ornaments, all showing old Slavonic and/or Armenian influences in Latin letters. In 2000, he made Alian Ornaments (floral ornaments) for T-26.

    At T-26, Gábor Kóthay published Adagietto (2000), Minerva (2000), Archetype (2000). At PsyOps, Gábor Kóthay published the formal script Anglia (2001), Berill (2001), and Plexo (2001).

    Amondó Szegi's typefaces at T-26: Nexodus (2008, medieval style), Zenthes (2008), Alien Ornaments, Glosso, Iskola (2002, a Victorian typeface done with Silas Dilworth), Kozma (great ornaments), Melico, Melico Ornaments (2004, another great set), Xodus.

    At P22, Szegi designed the curly typeface Mantra (2005). Amondó Szegi's Telegdi family is since 2001 available from P22.

    At The Type Trust, he created the playful Gepetto (2006).

    Typefaces from 2013: Ma (avant-garde, constructivist, done as an hommage to Lajos Kassak), Overdose, Sorry (kitchen tile typeface), Atett (hommage to Lajos Kassak), Street Soul, Samizdat, Velorex (brush script), Zsir (fat octagonal face), Kedves (hipster font).

    Typefaces from 2014: Iseum, Pix Gotisch.

    Among their custom corporate identity jobs, the Losonczi Hair Salon work (2012) is quite outstanding.

    Dubstep (2012) is an experimental triangulated grid-based typeface.

    In 2013, Glosso Novum (2013, Fontana Type Foundry), a remastering of Glosso (2003), was published. Nexodus (2013) is a reworking of his 2001 typeface Xodus, with new ornaments and zodiac signs, and more weights. Xodus (2001, Regular, Italic, Forgotten) revives work by Miklós Kis Misztótfalusi (Nicholas Kis), who was one of the first designers of Armenian type: He prepared his first set of exotic types before September 1685 for the Armenian printing house in Amsterdam. It was the knowledgeable mayor of Amsterdam who requested that those types be founded. These types were used to print the mayor's (Nicolaes Witsen) work entitled Noord en Oost Tartarye. Misztótfalusi's name appears in the colophon of the book. Later, in 1687, he found Georgian types, which were, in many respects, similar to the Armenian set. Since there was no printing house in Georgia, he designed the types on the basis of some manuscripts. Unfortunately, as legend has it, the types never reached the Georgian court, which had commissioned Misztótfalusi to design them. They were either lost or stolen somewhere in Sweden. However, a sample sheet survived and was found in 1980 in Amsterdam. It may seem to make no sense to re-Latinise the types of Misztótfalus, who himself was a great master in founding Latin types, and for whom Armenian types meant the first step in a new direction.

    Typefaces from 2016: Crave Sans.

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    Fontdation (was: Twicolabs Design)
    [Fahrizal Tawakkal]

    Fahrizal Tawakkal (Twicolabs Design, Malang, Indonesia, b. 1986) markets his fonts via Twicolabs Design and Fontdation.

    In 2013, he created Colin, Dollar Bill, Coleen (Victorian signage face), Nurjan (free sans titling face), Trigger (Victorian typeface), Athenry (heavy block vintage typeface), Sly (Victorian typeface), Gauntlet (spurred typeface), Rooters (a spurred tattoo typeface), Incognito (spurred tattoo font), Incognite (like Incognito), Chuck Noon (a copperplate signage font available from Creative Market), Debute and Black Velvet (a Victorian advertizing typeface, followed by Black Velvet 2 in 2014).

    Typefaces from 2014: Facile Pro (geometric sans), Deadhead Rough, Armament, Black Velvet, Facile Sans (free), Lifer (spurred, Victorian), Dublin (spurred), Dollar Bill 2, Carlingford (a spurred beer bottle typeface), Akura Popo (copperplate; free), TM Stanley (a spurred beer label font), Deadhead Script (signage script).

    Typefaces from 2015: Greenore, Armament Stencil, Avondale (handcrafted all caps typeface), Deadhead Classic, Deadhead Brush, Patronia Script.

    Typefaces from 2016: Westmeath (free art deco style), Kite Script, Armament, Premier Sans, Premier Script.

    Typefaces from 2017: Haarlem Serif, Haarlem Sans (Dutch deco), Haarlem Deco (Dutch deco), Signatra (signage script), Chuck Noon 2 (copperplate caps).

    Typefaces from 2018: Lansdowne (vintage all caps, copperplate), Lifer (spurred), Neue Stanley (spurred), Rebute, Pittsbrook Sans (octagonal), Pittsbrook Serif (octagonal, with small wedge serifs), Highwind, Nufced, Jalisco (monoline script), Linoleo Script, Slainte Script (monoline).

    Typefaces from 2019: TF Handwriting, Tequila Sunrise, Chuck Noon Script (for signage), Tawakkal Sans (for headlines), Obsypac (Victorian), Baisteach, Pioggia (a text typeface with several didone elements such as ball terminals), Ferghaus Sans, Vallely, Cairlinn.

    Typefaces from 2020: Mullingar (a sharp-edged display typeface), Killarney (a flared display font), Kinsale Display.

    Typefaces from 2021: Athlone.

    Fontspace link. Creative Market link, where one can buy the fonts. Hellofont link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Fontek (Letraset Fontek)

    Collection of typefaces at Letraset. Newest typefaces include Donaldson Hand (Tim Donaldson), La Gioconda (based on letters from Giovanni Francesco Cresci, done by Richard Dawson and Dave Farey), Spidercave (Michael Gills), Locomotiv (Phill Grimshaw), Bobbysox (Alan Dempsey), Bouchon (Roselyne and Michel Besnard), Eplica (Yvonne Diedrich), Uffington (Tim Donaldson). The fonts: Aachen Bold, Aachen Medium, Academy Engraved, Agincourt, Algerian Condensed, Ambrose, Aquinas, Aquitaine Initials, Aristocrat, Arriba, Arriba-Arriba, Artiste, Augustea Open, Avalanche Script, Avenida, Axis Bold, Balmoral, Bang, Banner, Becka Script, Belwe Mono, Belwe Mono Italic, Bendigo, Bergell, Bertie, Bertram, Bible Script, Bickley Script, Bitmax, Blackmoor, Bluntz, Bobbysox, Boink, Bordeaux Display, Bordeaux Family, Bordeaux Italic, Bordeaux Roman, Bordeaux Roman Bold, Bordeaux Script, Bouchon Bold, Bouchon Light, Brighton Bold, Brighton Light, Brighton Medium, Bronx, Burlington, Buzzer 3, Cabaret, Cabarga Cursiva, Campaign, Cancellaresca Script, Carlton, Carumba, Caslon 540 Ital/Swash, Caxton Light Italic, Caxton Roman Bold, Caxton Roman Book, Caxton Roman Light, Chalkline Bold, Challenge Bold, Challenge Extra Bold, Champers, Charlotte Bold, Charlotte Book, Charlotte Book Italic, Charlotte Family, Charlotte Medium, Charlotte Sans Bold, Charlotte Sans Book, Charlotte Sans Book Italic, Charlotte Sans Family, Charlotte Sans Medium, Charlotte Sans Small Caps, Charlotte Small Caps, Chiller, Chipper, Choc, Chromium One, Citation, Claude Sans, Claude Sans Bold Italic, Claude Sans Italic, Collins, Comedy, Commercial Script, Compacta, Compacta Bold, Compacta Italic, Coptek, Corinthian Bold, Corinthian Bold Condensed, Corinthian Light, Corinthian Medium, Crillee Bold Italic, Crillee Extra Bold Italic, Crillee Italic, Crillee Italic Inline Shadow, Cult, Dancin', Data 70, Dave Farey Display Fonts, David Quay Display Fonts, David Quay Scripts, Demian, Demian Bold, Design Font Attitudes, Design Font Calligraphic Ornaments, Design Font Celebrations, Design Font Commercials, Design Font Delectables, Design Font Diversions, Design Font Diversities, Design Font Eclectics, Design Font Energetics, Design Font Expressions, Design Font Incidentals, Design Font Industrials, Design Font Inspirations, Design Font Journeys, Design Font Mo' Funky Fresh Symbols, Design Font Moderns, Design Font Naturals, Design Font Organics, Design Font Organics II, Design Font Primitives, Design Font Radicals, Design Font Urbans, Design Font Well Beings, Design Font Wildlife, Digitek, Dolmen, Donaldson Hand, Doodlebug, Dynamo Shadow, Edwardian Medium, Elysium Bold, Elysium Book, Elysium Book Italic, Elysium Family, Elysium Medium, Elysium Small Caps, Emphasis, Enviro, Eplica Bold, Eplica Bold Italic, Eplica Book, Eplica Book Italic, Eplica Family, Eplica Medium, Eplica Medium Italic, Epokha, Equinox, Etruscan, Faithful Fly, Fashion Compressed No. 3, Fashion Engraved, Figural Bold, Figural Book, Figural Book Italic, Figural Family, Figural Medium, Figural Small Caps, Fine Hand, Flamenco Inline, Flamme, Flight, Fling, Follies, Forest Shaded, Frances Uncial, Frankfurter, Frankfurter Highlight, Frankfurter Inline, Frankfurter Medium, Freestyle Script, Freestyle Script Bold, Gigi, Gilgamesh Bold, Gilgamesh Book, Gilgamesh Book Italic, Gilgamesh Family, Gilgamesh Medium, Gilgamesh Small Caps, Gilgamesh Titling, Gill Display Compressed, Gill Kayo Condensed, Gillies Gothic Extra Bold Shaded, Glastonbury, Globale, Globale Bold, Globale Bold Italic, Globale Family, Globale Italic, Goo Goo Gjoob, Gravura, Green, Greyton Script, Hadfield, Hand Drawn, Harlow, Harlow Solid, Harvey, Hazel, Heliotype, Helvetica Bold Condensed, Helvetica Medium Condensed, Highlight, Hollyweird, Ignatius, Impakt, Indy Italic, Informal Roman, Inscription, Iris, Isis, Jazz, John Handy, Jokerman, Kanban, Katfish, Katytude, Klee, La Bamba, La Gioconda, La Gioconda Bold, Lambada, Laser, Laser Chrome, Latino Elongated, Laura, LCD, Le Griffe, Lexikos, Lightnin', Limehouse Script, Lino Cut, Locarno Italic, Locarno Light, Locomotiv, Magatama, Malibu, Marguerita, Martin Wait Display Fonts, Martin Wait Scripts, Mastercard, Mekanik, Mekanik Italic, Milano, Mistral, Mo' Funky Fresh, Montage, Neo Neo, Oberon, Odessa, Old English, One Stroke Script, One Stroke Script Bold, One Stroke Script Shaded, Orange, Orlando, Pablo, Papyrus, Party, Pendry Script, Phill Grimshaw Display Fonts, Phoenikia, Pink, Plaza, Pleasure Bold Shaded, Pneuma, Potato Cut, Prague, Premier Lightline, Premier Shaded, Princetown, Pristina, Pritchard, Pritchard Line Out, Pump, Pump Demi Bold, Quadrus, Quixley, Rage Italic, Ragtime, Rapier, Refracta, Regatta Condensed, Retail Script, Retro Bold, Retro Bold Condensed, Riva, Robotik, Robotik Italic, Romic Light, Romic Light Italic, Roquette, Ru'ach, Rubber Stamp, Rundfunk, Santa Fe, Savoye, Scratch, Scriba, Scriptease, Scriptek, Scriptek Italic, Scruff, Shaman, Shatter (op-art), Sinaloa, Skid Row, Slipstream, Smack, Smudger, Spidercave Bold, Spidercave Book, Spidercave Book Italic, Spidercave Family, Spidercave Ornamented, Spooky, Spotlight, Squire, Squire Extra Bold, Strobos, Superstar, Synchro, Tag, Tannhauser, Teknik, Telegram, Tiger Rag, Tim Donaldson Display Fonts, Tim Donaldson Scripts, Tiranti Solid, Trackpad, Tropica Script, Twang, Uffington, Ulysses, University Roman, University Roman Bold, University Roman Italic, Van Dijk, Van Dijk Bold, Varga, Vegas, Vermont, Victorian, Victorian Inline Shaded, Vienna Extended, Vivaldi, Wade Sans Light, Wanted, Waterloo Bold, Westwood, Wild Thing, Willow, Xylo, Young Baroque, Zaragoza, Zennor, Zinjaro. 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    FontsandFashion.com

    Italian creator of Broken Depth (2015, a shadow font), Fuzzy (2015), Dark Place (2015, scary font), Whispers Calligraphy (2015), Vintage College Dept Worn (2015), Peacock (2015), the free handcrafted typeface Old Sydney (2015) and the vintage typeface Old Bob Junior (2015).

    Typefaces from 2016: Forever 7eventy (textured disco typeface), Daily, Matildas Grade School Hand (children's script), Dream American Diner (retro script), Gasoline (grungy), Nice Love The Simple Font, Manual (a grungy dymo label font), Charming Normal (script).

    Typefaces from 2017: Merry Christmas (dingbats), Freaky Halloween (dingbats), Carpe Diem Mark (an inline typeface), carpe Diem Middle.

    Typefaces from 2018: Carpe Diem Luxury (textured), Happy Valentine's Day, Happy Easter.

    Typefaces from 2019: Matildas Back to School, Nice Picture (dingbats).

    Typefaces from 2020: Comic Boom (Bubble, Elements). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Fontsgood
    [Ade Meiada]

    Denpasar, Bali-based designer (b. 1988) of the connected brush script typeface Perfume (2017) and the free script typefaces Girly Things Script (2018: a splendid dry brush script), Magical Stylish Script (2018), Prestige Signature Script (2018) and Paradiso (2018), and the free text typeface Prestige Signature Serif (2018).

    Typefaces from 2019: Posyden (blackletter, tattoo font), Victorian Decade (18 fonts: +Gradient, +Outline, by Eric Kurniawan and Ade Meiada), Amygdala (a brush script), Lusting Script, Gold Leaf, Westbury Signature. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    FontSite
    [Sean Cavanaugh]

    Online font site run by Sean Cavanaugh (b. Cape May, NJ, 1962) out of Camano Island, WA. This used to be called Title Wave Studios. In the archives, find essays on writing style, rules of typography, and a comparison by Thomas Phinney (program manager of Latin Fonts at Adobe) of T1 and TTF. The Fontsite 500 CD (30 USD) offers 500 classical fonts with the original names, plus a few names I have not seen before, such as Bergamo (=Bembo by Francesco Griffo), Chantilly (=Gill Sans), Gareth (=Galliard), Palladio (=Palatino, Savoy (=Sabon), URWLatino, Unitus, Toxica, Publicity, Plakette, Pericles, Opus (=Optima), Melville, Function, Flanders, Cori Sans, Binner. Uli Stiehl provides proof that many of the fonts at FontSite are rip-offs (identical to) of fonts in Martin Kotulla's collection. Free fonts: Bergamo, CartoGothic (1996-2009), CombiNumerals. At MyFonts, the CombiNumerals Pro and CombiSymbols dingbat families are available since 2010. The site has a number of fonts with the acronym FS in the name, so I guess these are relatively original (but I won't swear on it): Allegro FS, Beton FS, Bodoni Display FS (+ Bold, Demibold), Bodoni No 2 FS (+ Ultra, Bodoni Recut FS (+Bold, Demibold), and so forth. His 500 Font CD has these fonts:

    • Garalde, Venetian: Bergamo, Bergamo Expert, Bergamo SC&OsF, Caslon, Caslon Expert, Gareth, Garamond, Garamond Expert, Garamond SC&OsF, Garamond Condensed, Garamond Modern, URW Palladio, URW Palladio Expert, Savoy, Savoy Expert, Savoy Small Caps&OsF, Vendôme.
    • Slab Serif: Clarendon, Glytus, Typewriter, Typewriter Condensed.
    • Script: Commercial Script, Deanna Script, Deanna Swash Caps, Hudson, Legend, Mistral, Park Avenue, Phyllis, Phyllis Swash Caps, Vivaldi.
    • Uncial: American Uncial, Rosslaire.
    • Blackletter: Fette Fraktur, Fette Gotisch, Olde English.
    • Borders and symbols: Celtic Borders, Deanna Borders, Deanna Flowers, Picto, Sean's Symbols.
    • Transitional: URW Antiqua, Baskerville, Baskerville Expert, New Baskerville.
    • Didone, modern: Bodoni, Bodoni Expert, Bodoni Small Caps&OsF, Modern 216, Walbaum.
    • Sans serif: Chantilly, Franklin Gothic, Franklin Gothic Condensed, Franklin Gothic Cnd. SC&OsF, Function, Function Small Caps&OsF, Function Condensed, Goudy Sans, Opus, Opus Small Caps&OsF, Syntax, Letter Gothic.
    • Decorative: Ad Lib, Algerian, Arnold Boecklin, Binner, Caslon Antique, Chromatic, Copperplate Gothic, Davida, Delphian Open Titling, Function Display, Glaser Stencil, Goudy Handtooled, Handel Gothic, Hobo, Honeymoon, Horndon, Mercedes, Mona Lisa, OCR-A&OCR-B, Plakette, Reflex, Salut, Stop, Toxica, VAG Rounded.
    Some more fonts: Alperton, Anaconda, Arizona, Bamboo, Bellhop, Bellows Book, Bernhard Modern FS (2011), Boehland (a revival of Johannes Boehland's Balzac, 1951), Le Havre. MyFonts link. Fontspace link. His art deco fonts, as always without "source" and confusing Victorian, art nouveau, and psychedelica with art deco, include Rimini, Arnold Boecklin, Eldamar, Erbar Deco, Rangpur, Pinocchio, Azucar Gothic, Boyle, Busorama FS, Winona, Abbott Old Style, Almeria (after Richard Isbell's Americana) and Adria Deco, Bernhard Modern FS (2011). FontSpring link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Fontwright Design
    [David Parr]

    American designer at Letterhead Fonts of Grindle (blackletter), Squeezebox (Victorian) and United Cigar (more Victorian fare). In 2014, John Studden and Dave Parr co-designed the Victorian display typeface family LHF Blackstone. Dave Parr's other typefaces at LHF and his own type foundry, Fontwright Design, include LHF Tributary (2014, a calligraphic blackletter; followed by LHF Tributary Distressed in 2016), LHF Ascribe (2014), LHF Heller's Script (with John Studden: a retro script), LHF Heller's Casual (2014), LHF Aledo (2014: a Western typeface), LHF Big Bob (2013, a sign painter's casual), Castlerock, Cedar Creek, Sanborn Thin (Victorian), FWD Egyptian Tower (2019: stackable), and Sheridan Script (fifties script).

    Typefaces from 2022: FWD Zooks (a beatnik font).

    Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Fort Foundry
    [Mattox Shuler]

    Type foundry in Washington state, est. 2014 by Mattox Shuler. Typefaces:

    • Abolition (2014). An octagonal titling typeface.
    • Bourbon (2014), Gin (2014). These are sturdy mechanical typefaces with copperplate terminals.
    • Factoria (2014) (a squarish geometric slab).
    • Industry Inc (2014), Industry (2014). Industry Inc is a sturdy military sans family with ample layering (beveled, 3D, inline, stencil, etc.). Industry is a basic squarish sans family.
    • Prohibition (2014). Octagonal design, almost as in varsity lettering.
    • Termina (2015). A modern take on Industria, a wide sans family designed by Hermann Zehnpfundt in 1913 for Emil Gursch.
    • Rift (2016). A sci-fi all caps font family.
    • Native (2016). A great monospaced typewriter style family.
    • In 2021, Brian Brubaker and Mattox Shuler released Figure at Fort Foundry. Figure is a sturdy quirkhorse sans inspired by gothic wood type of the 19th century, available as a family of 40 fonts of 5 weights across 4 widths including roman and italics.
    • Alkaline (2021), by Jonathan Ball, Mattox Shuler and Brian Brubaker. This typeface family at an 18 degree slope was inspired by 1950s lettering and logos on kitchen appliances.
    • Pentz (2021). A Victorian font by Mattox Shuler and Brian Brubaker. First developed for the Motown Museum in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Marvin Gaye's What's Going On. The album title was originally set in Tedesca (a late 19th century font), but the cover designer, Curtis McNair, took some nice liberties in adjusting the letterforms when setting the type. Pentz continues in this theme, reviving and modernizing Tedesca.
    • Cinder (2021). A vintage expressionist typeface with elongated letters that reference the title sequences of classic animation films from the 1950s.
    • Locale (2021). A 16-style rounded geometric sans with a large x-height plugges as a national park signage or supermarket font.

    Adobe link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Fortunes Co (was: Celcius Design)
    [Ramandhani Nugraha]

    Cimahi / Bandung, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1986) of the hand-lettered alphabets Awesome (2015), Wonderwall (2015, a splash brush font), Valencia Sweetness (2015, brush script), Basik Rough (2015, brush), Innocents (2015), Againts (2014) (sic) and Leathery (2014).

    Other typefaces: Magenta Latte, Glamour Beauty (2016), Traveler (2016: dry brush style), Electric Vibe (2016: dry brush script), Nouvele Louisela (sic: this 2016 renaissance typeface was influenced by the chancery hand), Valencia Sans (2016, brush script), Burnts Marker (2015, a dry marker script), Celestial (2015, pure Victoriana), Borderland (2015).

    Typefaces from 2017: Beast (rough brush, SVG format), Mield Script, Fountain, Celestial, Postmark Typewriter (rough and textured), Pinkerton Script, Manhattan (brush script), Brighton (Victorian), Loveable Script, Camp Press, Campground (connected script; free after a complicated immigration procedure; see also Pixel Surplus).

    Typefaces from 2018: Minted Mood, Modular, Carlsons Script (a vintage lettering family), Milestone (baseball script), Maldina, Signatra, Block.

    Typefaces from 2019: Milles (an SVG format dry brush script), Miles Handwriting, Wincosin (free art nouveau caps), Hey Fonallia, Liondales.

    Typefaces from 2020: Futurama (octagonal), Bilestone (a retro signage script), Morning Violetta (a swirly creamy display typeface).

    Typefaces from 2021: Boldies Slab, Fd Catilde (a decorative serif with severely explicit ink traps), Fd Hallway (a retro signage or baseball script), Cutterlakes Script (a fat finger font). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Francisco Alfaro Leon

    Santiago, Chile-based designer of the decorative Victorian typeface Vintage Barber (2019). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Franck Trebillac

    Designer in London. In 2011, he designed the free Victorian era advertizing typeface Absinthe.

    In 2013, he published the ornamental display typeface Rasputin. I agree with what he says: Rasputin is one sexy beast of a display font. Holy Motors (2013) is a retro style display font with perspective and shading effect. He says about his retro 3d shaded caps typeface Little Fatty (2013): You can be short and fat and still look sexy.

    Klingspor link. Dafont link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Frank Hainze
    [MicroLogic Software]

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    Freda Sack

    Prolific British type designer (b. Enfield, 1951, née Freda Buckley, d. 2019) who completed her diploma in Graphic Design and Typography at the Maidstone College of Art. She began to work at Letraset International in 1971 and learned the basics of type design under the direction of Bob Newman. At URW in Hamburg she was involved in the development of the first groundbreaking font software application. In 1978, she was appointed Senior Type Designer at Hardy Williams Design in London and moved to Typographic Systems International in 1980. Freda Sack began working as a freelance designer in 1983. Her clients included British Airways, Air UK and Vauxhall. Obituary at The Guardian.

    In 1989, Freda Sack and David Quay founded The Foundry in London. In 2000, Freda set up her own company Foundry Types to further develop The Foundry typeface library, and to continue with the design and implementation of specially commissioned typefaces. Her corporate fonts include NatWest, Yellow Pages directory, Brunel signage UK mainline stations, Lisbon Metro Portugal, Swiss International Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, and WWF (Worldwide Fund for Nature) multi-language.

    Her retail typefaces:

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    Freeman Gage Delamotte

    Author, artist, photographer and wood engraver, b. Sandhurst, 1814, d. London, 1862. He published The Book of Ornamental Alphabets, Ancient and Mediaeval (1879, Crosby Lockwood and Co., London), which has plenty of 8th to 11th century alphabets and initials. See also here, here, and here. Another book is Examples of Modern Alphabets, Ornamental and Plain (1864, C. Lockwood and Co, London), which was scanned in and can now be downloaded here, here (locally), and here (the latter link has the 1891 version printed by Crosby Lockwood and Son, London). Further texts: The Book Of Ornamental Alphabets Ancient & Modern (1858, publ. E.F.N. Spon, London), The book of ornamental alphabets, ancient and modern, from the eighth to the nineteenth century, with numerals (1859, E. and F.N. Spon), Medieval alphabets and initials for illuminators (1861, E. and F.N. Spon; see here or here (locally) for a PDF), and A primer of the art of illumination for the use of beginners (1860, E. and F.N. Spon). Most of his lettering is typical of the Victorian tradition of adding ornaments to simple silhouettes. Example: 16th century wood engaving. An Italian alphabet (1864).

    Digital typefaces based on his work include New Saxon Initials (David Nalle, 2016), Delamotte Initials One (2016, David Nalle), Delamotte Initials Two (2016, David Nalle), Museum Initials (2007, John B. Wundes) and Bad Situation (Intellecta Design, 2007: based on an 1864 design called Example Alphabet). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Furdzville
    [Brian Powers]

    Great free fonts made by Brian Powers (Furdzville): BrianPowersDoodleNormal (very funny), BrianPowersDoodle21, ChangelingDingbats, Nocker (curly Victorian typeface), NockerCranky, Plok, RedcapBloodthirsty, SatyrPassionate (1998, Greek simulation face), SidheNoble, SluaghCreepy, TMBGJohnHenry, TMBGSevereTireDamage, TrollOathbound (1992).

    Fontspace link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Gabriel Kazuo

    As a graphic design student in Campinas, Brazil, Gabriel Kazuo created the Victorian era circus font Retro (2016). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Gabriel Oviedo
    [Opus Nigrum]

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    Gage LaGreca

    Anderson, SC-based creator (b. 1991) of the Victorian typeface Quest (2012), which was created by taking el;ements of Plantin abd Tengwar.

    Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    GalloFonts (was: Graphics by Gallo)
    [Gerald Gallo]

    GalloFonts is part of Graphics by Gallo, founded in 1974 by Gerald Gallo (b. Lucernemines, PA, 1941), and based in Bethesda, MD. The fonts: Bullish (squarish), Display Brutal Rough (2015), Display Black Serif Rough (2015), Pristine Light (2014: caps only squarish sans family), Display Pump (2014), Display University (2005, athletic lettering), Angulatte Light, Angulatte Medium, Angulatte Bold, Anniversary Seals (2003), Basic Bullets, Blooming Ornaments (2008), Brashee Regular, Brashee Bold, Calendar Font One, Calendar Font Two, Calendar Font Three, Carved Initials, Chiseled Initials, Cleancut, Dexterous (2010, art nouveau), Diamond Monogram - 2 Characters, Diamond Monogram - 3 Characters, Display Black Serif (2010, angular), Display Dots Five (2010), Display Dots Six (2010), Display Grungy (2010), Display Robust (2010), Dooddle, Embossed Shallow, Embossed Medium, Embossed Deep, GG Casual Light (2002, was Gallo Casula: hand printing family), GG Casual Medium, GG Casual Bold, GG Dingbats (was Gallo Dingbats, like Zapf Dingbats), GG Serif (1993, was Gallo Serif), Geometric Arrows, Geometric Ornaments, Gnarlee, Greetings, Home Sweet Home, Isometric Initial Caps - Bird's Eye View (1994), Isometric Initial Caps - Worm's Eye View, Isometric Ornaments, Jackolantern Assortment (2002) Just Bugs, Kruede Light, Kruede Regular (handwriting), Kruede Bold, Leaf Assortment (1994), Leaves Falling, Logotype, Magnificent Ornaments (2006, Victorian era decorations), Make Tracks (2002, animal footprints), Number Ornaments, Numbers 0-99 Style One - Circle Negative, Numbers 0-99 Style One - Circle Positive, Numbers 0-99 Style One - Diamond Negative, Numbers 0-99 Style One - Diamond Positive, Numbers 0-99 Style One - Square Negative, Numbers 0-99 Style One - Square Positive, Numbers 0-99 Style Two - Circle Negative, Numbers 0-99 Style Two - Circle Positive, Numbers 0-99 Style Two - Diamond Negative, Numbers 0-99 Style Two - Diamond Positive, Numbers 0-99 Style Two - Square Negative, Numbers 0-99 Style Two - Square Positive, Numbers 0-99 Style Three - Circle Negative, Numbers 0-99 Style Three - Circle Positive, Numbers 0-99 Style Three - Diamond Negative, Numbers 0-99 Style Three - Diamond Positive, Numbers 0-99 Style Three - Square Negative, Numbers 0-99 Style Three - Square Positive, Ornate Initials - Style One (2002), Ornate Initials - Style Two, Ornate Initials - Style Three, Pleasant Hand Light (2002) Pleasant Hand Medium, Pleasant Hand Bold, Precision, Rolling Ball Cursive, Serene (1993), Slender, Smiling Faces, Snowflake Assortment (1994), Snowflakes Falling (2001), Sport Numbers, Star Assortment (2002), Stature (2010, compressed sans), Swiss Folk Ornaments - Critters&Things, Swiss Folk Ornaments - Floral, Swiss Folk Ornaments - Geometric, Time Clocks, Woozee, Display Prominent (2005), Ultimate Ornaments (2005), Cross Ornaments (2005), Heraldic Creatures (2006), Victorian Leaf Ornaments (2006: great!), Quilt Patterns One (2007), Holy Ornaments (2007), Oriental Ornaments (2007), Gothic Initials One through Six (2007-2008), Interlaced Ornaments (2007), Modest Ornaments (2008), Art Nouveau Flowers (2008), Art Nouveau Ornaments (2008), Quilt Patterns Two (2008), Display Gothic (2008, blackletter), Plant Assortment (2008), Birds Flying (2009), Happy Go Lucky (2009, Victorian), Fish Fresh (2009), Display Dots One (2009, dot matrix face), Display Art Two and Three (2009, art nouveau alphabets), Display Dots Two Serif and Sans (2009, dot matrix typefaces), Display Dots Three Serif and Sans (2009), Display Dots Four Serif and Sans (2009), Display Robust (2010), Quilt Patterns Three and Four (both 2009), Gothic Initials (Seven, Eight, Nine: 2009), Carefreed (2009, a Halloween script?), Glorita (2009, casual condensed sans), Fancy Flowers (2010), Rectilinear Ornaments (2010), Display Brutal (2010, grunge), Cross Stitch Graceful (2010), Cross Stitch Regal (2011), Cross Stitch Formal (2010), Cross Stitch Discreet (2010), Cross Stitch Classic (2010), Display Dots Seven (2011), Cross Stitch Majestic (2011), Cross Stitch Elaborate (2011), Cross Stitch Medieval (2011), Cross Stitch Ornaments (2013), Display Squares One and Two (2011, gridded or dot matrix typefaces), Display Digits One through Seven (2011), Display Crisp (2012, octagonal), Blue on Blue (2012, shadow face), Green on Green (2012, 3d shadow face), White on White (2012), Orange on Orange (2012, a 3d shadow face), Victorian Ornaments (2012), Printers Plant Ornaments (2012, a floral typeface), Simple Ornaments, Numbers Style Three Diamond Positiv Regular (2012), Charisma (2013, inspired by the hand lettering used by draftsmen and architects), Display Explicit (2013), Display Uncanny (2013, unicase), Display Carlos (2013, a piano key typeface), Mighty Oaks (2013, stylized oak leaves), Sweet Hand (2014), Fast Hand (2014), Medallion Ornaments (2016), Vigorous (2016, octagonal), Heavy Duty (2016, a bold condensed sans), Tight Hand (2016), Hasty Hand (2016), Neat Hand (2016), Bullish (2017), Impossible Ornaments (2018: based on Escher's ideas), Flair Hand (2018), Severe (2018: squarish).

    Typefaces from 2022: Rotunde (a blocky sans), Rigide (a 6-style squarish sans).

    View Gerald Gallo's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    GARM Company (or: Graphic Artist Resource Merchant Company)
    [Kendrick Kidd]

    GARM Company (or: Graphic Artist Resource Merchant Company) is Kendrick Kidd's Jacksonville, FL-based graphic design outfit. Kendrick has worked in the advertising industry, freelancing since 2000 for companies like, Target, Nickelodeon, Fitbit, and Nike.

    Kidd released these typefaces in 2021: Cigarro (a Victorian display typeface), Snips (a monolinear single weight modular sans).

    Home page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Gary Godby

    Sign painter and gilder now located in Blue Ridge, GA. He made the Victorian signage font families Tyler (2003, inspired by a typeface by E.L. Brown from the late 1800's), Palmer, Brien (2003, inspired by the Clive Barker "Imajica" book cover by lettering artist Iskra Johnson), and Dixie at Letterhead. Tyler was inspired by E.L. Brown who taught penmanship and engrossing in the late 1800's.

    At SignDNA, he published the script typeface Monika.

    At Carmel Type Co in 2015, he published the decorative Victorian typefaces Calliope [not to be confused with the 2005 font MVB Calliope], Bronwyn, and Vintage Design Elements in 2015.

    Letterhead had this bio: Gary Godby's career as a sign artist has spanned nearly 28 years. He has worked in commercial sign shops in Virginia and Florida. While in Florida he spent thirteen years at Disney's in-house sign shop. In 1995 he returned to his native Virginia to work for Graphic Services, Inc., a large commercial shop in Manassas. Graphic Services is a full service sign and display company that primarily works for builders and developers. The shop employs 42 people with Gary's primary role as designer. "When you're designing," Gary says, "you see a project go from concept to reality, and I get alot of gratification out of that."

    Klingspor link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Geckodude (or: Sleepy Gecko)
    [Steve Harrison]

    Steve "Gecko" Harrison of the Sleepy Gecko Chillout Bar on Cam Nam island off Hoi An, and also Danang, Vietnam, b. 1952, designed these typefaces:

    • Rocodecoco (2019). An art deco, Broadway style typeface based on a hybrid of Grock (1935) and Roco (1973).
    • Motter Alustyle. After a 1972 font by Othmar Motter.
    • Rabbit Moon (2019). Based on a few glyphs drawn by Kenneth Anger for an alternative film).
    • In 2020, he did a proper revival of Gene Eidy's iconic oriental simulation typeface Sukiyaki (1968, Lettergraphics), which can be downloaded here.
    • Together with Blair Massey, he designed the Victorian typeface Brand New Memorial (2020), which improves on Dan Solo's Memorial
    • Razor Face (2020). A revival of the spurred film font Scott Gothic (Photolettering). Free download.
    • Castaway (2020). A huge improvement and extension of Dan X. Solo's Stowaway, in Inline, Fill, Solid and Outline styles. Free download.
    • Alpha Nouveau (2020). A free all caps art nouveau typeface based on old signage.
    • Bergling Nouveau Display (2020). An ornamental art nouveau typeface based on an alphabet by John M. Bergling (1923). Download.
    • Skedaddle (2020). An all caps sans. Download.
    • Balsamic Display (2020). A tall all caps display serif. Download.
    • Snicket Initials (2020). After an alphabet called Initial Letters by John O. Ohnimus (1906). Download.
    • Typefaces modeled after Ross F. George: Doolally (2020; Ross F. George, 1938), Dawdling (2020; Ross F. George, 1935), Dawdling Snowflake (2020; Ross F. George, 1935), Bogeyed (2021: art deco), Faffinabout (2021).
    • Seraphime (2017). Download.
    • Skaliwag Display (2020). A decorative art nouveau typeface inspired by an alphabet in John M. Bergling's Art Alphabets and Lettering (1914, 1918, 1923). Download.
    • Astrologos (2021). An exquisite zodiac symbol font.
    • Cordwrangler (2021). A display typeface inspired by Kenneth Williams from the "Carry On" movies.
    • Lettres Ornes Blonde, Lettres Ornes Noire and Lettres Ornes Lignes (2021). Three exquisite decorative caps typefaces modeled after Joseph Gillé's Lettres Ornées (1820).
    • Ruffinit (2021). An alphabet for emulating mural signage.
    • Floral Poppl (2021). Steve's attempt to decorate one of the Friedrich Poppl faces, making it all flowery.
    • Odessa (2021). A joyous and prototypical art nouveau typeface.
    • Hullabaloo (2021). A nearly art nouveau typeface from Dan X. Solo's treasure chest of oldies but goodies.
    • Doubleback Display (2021). A revival and clean-up of a Letraset rub down lettering typeface.
    • The prismatic typeface family Stripes (2021). This is an enormous expansion of the similarly named typeface Stripes (1972, Tony Wenman), which was made available by Letraset for dry-transfer lettering as part of Letragraphica 11 in 1973. It comprises eleven fonts from a nine-stripe version (note: Wenman had eight prismatic lines) down to a solid one-line version. Along the same lines, he created the prismatic typefaces Sixty Eight and Sixty Eight Plus (2021) based on Lance Wyman's lettering for the 1968 Mexico Olympics.
    • Schlubert Rounded and Schlubert Round Stencil (2021). Two squarish typefaces.
    • Vermin (2021). Based on an old typeface called Voodoo.
    • Geometricfix Eighteen and GeometricfixThirtySix (2021). Textured typefaces based on geometric / techno designs by Brazilian designer Danilo Gusmão Silveira.
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    Gene Buban

    Gene Buban (aka geneus1) is the creative and prolific designer at FontStruct in 2008-2009 of these typefaces:

    • Aerologica (2009): 3-d headline face.
    • Alphadings: DeTracks.
    • Altitudinus (2010).
    • Amplifica (+Carved, 2010).
    • Arkham Bloodletters (2008).
    • bay6
    • Bauhaus style: Slink (2009) is a tribute to Josef Albers---one could also call it a piano key font. Codename Bauhaus (2010).
    • Arc Brick 1:1 and 2:2 (2010).
    • Bevelicious (2009): 3d shadow face.
    • Bezziaiare (2010): an imitation of Futura.
    • Brikd is a fantastic headline face.
    • Bubble Lab EF (2008) and Bubble Lab Bang (2008): dingbat fonts.
    • Calligraphique (2010).
    • Candella (2013).
    • ChequereBoard (2008): a 3d face.
    • Christmas fonts: Kallosia Decorative (2009, blackletter), Snowflakes (2009).
    • Clone War (2008).
    • code2
    • Codename Bauhaus (2010).
    • Country Fried (Western style)
    • Crossfyre (2010).
    • Crystles (2014). He writes: In 1983, Atari released the Crystal Castles video game. You play Bentley Bear walking around castles and collecting gems. Trimetric instead of isometric. Interestingly enough, the initials of the highest scorer in the leaderboard is used to build the first castle. This font version is created using the same thin plated tiles that the player traverses through the castles.
    • Decorata (stylized art deco)
    • Didone fonts: Legality (2009, sharply serifed), Petrissage (2009).
    • Digibubble (2014: pixelish face).
    • Dingbats: DeTrayne (graffiti-clad trains), Happy Halloween (2009).
    • Egalite (2010): a blackletter face.
    • Direktype (2014: striped).
    • Elektronika (2009) and Circularities (2015). Pixelish.
    • ElSeeDee (2008, white on a black grid, inspired by the baggage claim LED scrolling message system at the Oakland Airport)
    • Effleurage (2009).
    • Eurostijl (2008)
    • Exersia, Excursia
    • Ferno (hell?)
    • Filmstryp (2008)
    • Flameon (2008) is a vertically striped athletic lettering font.
    • Fluoralei (2008) and Fluoralyte (2008) are all caps floral-themed typefaces.
    • Futuro (2008) and Futuro Extra Bold (2008).
    • Futurity Watch (2009).
    • Fragg (2014: a rounded stencil face).
    • Framestore (2008).
    • G1 Construx (2012). An arched textured typeface for "under construction" signage.
    • G1 Stenzilla (2012). A piano key stencil face. G1 Twyne (2014: Celtic knots), G12 Brayed (2014: Celtic knots), G1 Explo (2014), G1 Fasttrax (2013).
    • Gappy and Gappy LC (2010).
    • Geolateral
    • Glossierre (2009).
    • Graffikki (2010): graffiti face.
    • Hammerslab (2008) is a very thick heavy slab serif face.
    • Happy Halloween (2008): Halloween dingbats.
    • HellStruct (2008): flamed letters.
    • hollo, holloback, holloblack
    • HulkSmash has the look of cracked concrete blocks---has to be seen to be believed!
    • HyperLynk (2010).
    • Indiglo (2010).
    • Interblok Cylindrome (2011) and Interblok Stroke (2009): labyrinthine / Celtic knot / texture typefaces.
    • IronManic (2008, letters resemble armor steel plates with bolts)
    • IsoMatrix 3D (2009, an Escher deception in 3D), Bevelluzian (2010, 3d beveled checkerboard illusion).
    • Jaggs (2010): angular.
    • Karuso 68 (2009).
    • Leefer is a kitchen tile font.
    • Legere (2010, a roman face).
    • LegoManiax (2008).
    • G1 Lovelines (2016). A multiline typeface with embedded hearts that won an award in the 2016 FontStruct competition on the theme of love.
    • Lucid (2009).
    • Lush Alienne Caps (2014).
    • Microboto (2014).
    • Modulus and Modulus Black, ultra fat fonts.
    • Motternal (2011), a version of Othmar Motter's Motter Tektura.
    • Mucro Bold, a heavy metal band font
    • Multiverse Diagonality (2009).
    • Nontroppo (2010).
    • Outlier (2010).
    • Paradoxx (2011). Peignotian.
    • Periculum (2010): monoline sans.
    • pixsle
    • Pixsle (2010).
    • Predatoric ad Predatoric2 (2010).
    • Prikkle (2010): angular.
    • Ray Type Alpha (2014). A game font based on Konami's 1981 game Scramble.
    • Renovare S1 (2010) and Renovare S2 (2015). a slab serif.
    • Requiemme Decorum (Sept. 14th, 2009): blackletter. He writes: Exactly one year ago two of my cousins, Chris and Cleofe, got into a dealer-loaned Lexus for a trip after their main car was being repaired. Cleofe's husband, a CHP officer, was driving and their teen daughter was along for the ride. While on the freeway, the accelerator became stuck and they lost control of the car. As the runaway vehicle sped up to over 100 mph, all four passengers were killed in a fiery crash in the San Diego River. The loss was unquantifiably devastating. This immensely tragic event led my aunt to testify before congress with damning evidence that would initiate the recall of millions of Toyota vehicles. Requiemme Decorum was created on the way down to southern California for the funeral services. For Chris, Cleofe, Mark, and Mahala, may you all rest in peace and love.
    • Renovare (2010, +Renovare S1, S2): a slab serif.
    • Roboscript (2008): an upright connected school script.
    • Rubrix (2008): a Rubik cube dingbat font.
    • Sanserity (2013).
    • Scipio (2010).
    • Scribble Not (2010) is a texture face.
    • Sequencia (2010).
    • sedagive
    • Seriface and Seriface 2.0 (2010, a roman all-caps set).
    • Sharp-serifed almost modern typefaces: Legality, Petrissage, Effleurage, Karuso68.
    • Sinaloco (2014: in the style of Sinaloa).
    • Sirkles (2015). a dot-matrix typeface.
    • Sonorous (2010). Broadway-style art deco typeface.
    • Spartan Tech (2010): inspired by the multiplayer game Halo3.
    • Stanley Twobrick (pointy minimalist face)
    • Startrek typefaces: Transformicon (2009).
    • Stencilline (2014).
    • Streamlyne (2010, squarish, outlined).
    • Structurocca and Structurozza (2009): Horizontally stencilled black typefaces.
    • Swizelle (2015). A lava lamp typeface.
    • Tangience and Tangience Solid (2008) are fonts in which the glyphs are built up from circles glued together.
    • Tetrisyde
    • The Pax Man (2009): metallic whatever.
    • Trelief and Trelief Rounded (2010): multilined 3d beveled typefaces.
    • Tubric (2010): counterless.
    • Upriteous and Upriteous Black, condensed protestant fonts.
    • Victoriana (Victorian caps)
    • Vindicta Dualine (2011: Blackboard bold).
    • Wall-F: white squarish letters in black circles
    • Waverly, with scary pointed barbs like on German WWI helmets.
    • Weaver (Celtic knot-themed letters)
    • Xerro (2010): like Helvetica.
    • Yeomamuh, a fat look face.
    • Wypeout (2010)
    • Zorea (2014, inline font).
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    Geoffrey Bunting
    [The Ugly Tree]

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    Georg Herold-Wildfellner

    Type designer based in Vienna, Austria. Codesigner with Marcus Sterz at FaceType of a Victorian type family called Ivory (2009). They state that Ivory is inspired by a beautiful typeface used in an illustrated compendium about pomology from 1882. I did not know what Pomology is but the Urban Dictionary defines a pomosexual (for postmodernism sexual) as an individual who challenges assumptions about gender and sexuality. Now, a pomologist is a fruit tree specialist---that's another thing altogether. He created Aeronaut (2009, FaceType), a textura based on Kirchengotische Schrift, a font that can be found in a German font book from 1879 entitled Vorlegeblätter f&uunl;r Firmenschreiber. Weingut Script (+Ornaments, 2011) is a flourished type family. Mr. Moustache (2011) is a neatly hand-trimmed condensed type family, complete with various sets of ornaments and dingbats.

    Supernett (2019) and Supernett CN (2013, Facetype) are huge font families based on hand-drawn versions of Helvetica. They have 4700 glyphs and many opentype features.

    In 2014, he created the hand-lettered poster series Pinto.

    In 2015, Georg published the Opentype-feature-laden 2600+-character Mila Script Pro at FaceType.

    Typefaces from 2017: Pinto No 2 (hand-drawn), Sofa Sans Hand.

    Typefaces from 2019: Sofa Serif Hand.

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    George J. Becker

    Philadelphia, PA-based author of The American system of penmanship ... In ... ten numbers (1842, Uriah Hunt and Son, Philadelphia), Becker's System of Penmanship, Comprising Manual and Elementary Excercises, Business and Epistolary Writing, and Ornamental Penmanship. In Twelve Numbers. No. 10 (1856, Uriah Hunt and Son, Philadelphia), Becker's Ornamental Penmanship (1854), and Ornamental Penmanship Analytical and Finished Alphabets (1854, Uriah Hunt and Son), a lettering manual.

    In 2013, James Puckett (Dunwich Type Founders) revived five typefaces from this manual as digital typefaces in his Becker Gothics collection. They include Egyptian, Egyptian Rounded, Stencil, Tuscan and Concave. All have Western and wood type influences. In 2009, Becker's 1854 book was used by Monogram Fonts Co in the creation of Noir Monogram (2009), which was based on Becker's Pearl type.

    Downloads of his 1854 book: University of Michigan scan. For a Facsimile, see Becker's ornamental penmanship. A series of analytical and finished alphabets [FACSIMILE]. Free PDF file of the latter book.

    In 1993, Dover reprinted 23 complete alphabets in Ornamental Calligraphy [With 50 Plates] (Dover Books on Lettering, Graphic Arts & Printing). Local download of his 1854 book. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    George Williams

    George Williams's site (now defunct) site was a discovery! George Williams (b. 1959) wrote spline-generating code and then went on to produce several fonts with his software between 1987 and 1998:

    • Art nouveau style: Carmen, Ambrosia (1989), Fantaisie Artistique, Baldur, Monopol, Parisian, Peignot, Bocklin, Edda.
    • Lombardic: Lombardic.
    • Victorian: Caprice, Ringlet.
    • Uncial: Uncial Animals, Roman Uncial Modern.
    • Ornamental caps: Versal, Decorative, Square Caps, Extravagant Capitals, Floral Caps, Morris, Andrade.
    • Display typefaces: Crystal, Flash, Cupola, Santa Barbara Streets (2013-2014; after the street signs in Santa Barbara, CA).
    • Blackletter: Rotunda (1998), Bastarda, Textura Modern, Fractur (a remake of Wittenbach).
    • Art deco: Piccadilly, Mirage (1999, prismatic).
    • Calligraphic: Humanistic.
    • Text: Caslon.
    • Slab: Monospace.
    • Sans: Caliban.
    • Bamboo Gothic (2007).
    • TIS620-2529 (a Thai font).

    George Williams writes: I have been slowly working to provide free unicode postscript fonts for the three major groupings of styles used by European (Latin, Greek and Cyrillic anyway) type designs: serif, sans-serif and typewriter (or Times, Helvetica and Courier). Monospace is my approximation to Courier. Close examination will reveal that it is a bad copy of courier. Caslon Roman (1992-2001) is a serif font (designed by William Caslon in 1734), it's not a bad copy of Times, it's a bad copy of something else. Caliban is a bad copy of Helvetica. If Microsoft can call their version of Helvetica Arial, then Caliban seems appropriate for mine. Yet another URL.

    George Williams is best known as the inventor and creator of FontForge, the biggest and best free font editor today. It made him the darling of the Open Software community. Interview with OSP.

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    Gerald Gallo
    [GalloFonts (was: Graphics by Gallo)]

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    Gerhard Helzel

    Diplom Engineer and painter from Hamburg who designed or digitized over 210 Fraktur fonts. He is heavily involved in the Bund für Deutsche Schrift und Sprache. Helzel is the designer at Delbanco-Frakturschriften of DS-DtWerkschrift (1997), DS-Fruehling (1996), DS-MaximilianGotisch (1994), DS-MaximilianTitel (1994), DS-Post-Fraktur (1997). He has hand-digitized over 200 Fraktur fonts, including

    • BreitkopfInitialen (2000). Breitkopf Fraktur was made in the 18th century.
    • ElementSchmalfett (1998). Element is a modern Textura by Max Bittrof (1933, Bauersche Giesserei).
    • Fichte Fraktur, after M. Tiemann, 1934.
    • GotenburgA and GotenburgB (1998-2000). Gotenburg was originally designed by Friedrich Heinrichsen (1935-37, Stempel AG).
    • HamburgerDruckschriftFett (1996). Hamburger Druckschrift is due to Friedrich Bauer (1904, Genzsch&Heyse). According to "Blackletter: Type and National Identity", Hamburger Druckschrift "is an accomplished entry in this category of hybrid typefaces made before the 1st World War. They work within the black-letter tradition while borrowing lighter weight, softer curves and more open proportions from roman. Bauer maintained the structure of broken script, but subdued any flourishes. The width of his letters are generally wider than in traditional frakturs and, as in Jugendstil hybrids, some lowercase letterforms are modernized." It has been used as headliner for "Hamburger Nachrichten" which was stopped by the Nazis in 1939. Today's "Hamburger Abendblatt", the daily Hamburg Times, is still using it as headliner.
    • Humboldt Fraktur (2000, gross and klein). Humboldt Fraktur was made originally by Hiero Rhode (1938, Stempel AG).
    • KochFrakturSchmaleHalbfette (2000). This font is due to Rudolf Koch (1910-1921, Gebr. Klingspor), and was originally named Deutsche Schrift. Digitized in 1998.
    • Mainzer Fraktur. After an original in 1901 by Carl Albert Fahrenwaldt.
    • Mars Fraktur (1995, free family).
    • RatdoltRotunda (1998). Named after Erhard Ratdolt (1443-1528), typesetter. Designed by Wolfgang Hendlmeier in 1989. Available at Delbanco. Tannenber (after E. Meyer, 1934).
    • Weber Fraktur.
    • WieynckGotischLicht (2001). A font by by Heinrich Wieynck (1926, Schriftguss Dresden), inspired by William Morris' work.

    Helzel also offers a free "Frakturconverter" program for Windows which transforms Antiqua fonts into Fraktur fonts.

    List of his fonts as of 2009: (Anker-)Schul-Fraktur, Accidenz-Gotisch, Akzidenz-Gotisch, Aldine, Albion-Gotisch, Alt-Fraktur, Alt-Gotisch (Bradley), Alt-Deutsch (after Ferdinand Theinhardt, 1851), Alte Münchner Fraktur (after a 1850 typeface by Gustav Lorenz), Alte deutsche Schreibschrift, Alte Schwabacher, Amts-Fraktur (after Heinrich Wilhelm Hoffmeister), Andreae Fraktur, Andreas-Schrift, Angelsächsisch, Angelsächsisch, Verzierte, Antike Gotisch, Aramäische Quadratschrift, Astra, Bastard, Bernhard-Fraktur, Bismarck-Gotisch, Breite deutsche Anzeigenschrift, Breite Kanzlei, Breitkopf-Fraktur, Britannia (Alt-Gotisch), Büxenstein-Antiqua, Büxenstein-Fraktur (after a house style at D. Stempel, 1912), Canzlei, Caxton, Caxton-Type, Claudius, Courante Gotisch, Danziger Fraktur (after A. W. Kafemann), Derby, Deutsche Reichsschrift (after a 1910 typeface by Wilhelm Woellmer), Deutsche Schrägschrift, Deutsche Schreibschrift (Bismarck-Zeit and Goethe-Zeit: school fonts), Deutsche Schrift, Deutsche Werkschrift, Deutsche Zierschrift, Deutsch-Gotisch, Deutschland, Dresdner Amts-Fraktur, Eckmann-Schrift, Einfache Kanzlei, Elegant, Element, Enge Gotisch (2008, after an 1880 font by Bauersche Giesserei), Enge moderne Kanzlei, Enge König-Type, Enge Kanzlei, Englische Antiqua, Faust-Fraktur, Fette Gotisch, Fette Schwabacher, Fichte-Fraktur, Fractur, Französische Antiqua, Frühling-Fraktur (1997, after Koch's original from 1917), Garamond-Antiqua, Genzsch-Antiqua, Germanen-Fraktur (this is the same as Stempel's Normannia from 1905), Germanisch, Goethe-Fraktur (after Wilheml Woelmmer), Gotenburg, Graeca, Gronau-Gotisch (after Heinrich Ehlert, 1850), Gursch-Fraktur, Gutenberg-Fraktur, Gutenberg-Bibelschrift, Gutenberg-Gotisch, Haenel-Antiqua, Halbfette Aldine, Halbfette Kanzlei, Halbfette Normalfraktur, Halbfette Schwabacher-Flinsch, Halbfette Wallau, Hamburger Druckschrift, Hamburger Fraktur, Hamburger Schwabacher, Hammonia-Gotisch, Hansa-Fraktur, Hansa-Gotisch (after a Genzsch & Heyse original), Hebräisch, Hellenistische Antiqua "Graeca", Hölderlin (after Eugen Weiss, 1937), Holländische Gotisch, Hoyer-Fraktur, Humboldt-Fraktur, Hupp-Fraktur, Ideal-Fraktur, Jean-Paul-Fraktur, Jubiläumsfraktur, Kaiser-Gotisch, Kanzlei, Karl-May-Fehsenfeld-Fraktur, (after a 1870 font used in the Karl-May books) Karl-May-Radebeul (after a 1890 font used in the Karl-May books), Kirchengotisch, Moderne, Kleist-Fraktur, Kleukens-Fraktur, Koch-Antiqua, Koch-Fraktur, König-Fraktur G14, König-Type, Kühne-Gotisch, Kühne-Schrift, Kurante Gotisch, Kurmark, Lichte National, Liebing-Type, Liturgisch (after Otto Hupp, 1906), Logos, Ludlow-Wartburg-Fraktur (after Ludlow, ca. 1920), Magere Wallau, Mainzer Fraktur, Manuskript-Gotisch, Mars-Fraktur, Maximilian-Gotisch, Mediaeval-Gotisch, Leipziger Altfraktur (after a 1912 typeface by Carl Kloberg), Midoline (after Jean Midolle's typeface from 1840 at Julius Klinkhardt), Moderne Kanzlei, Moderne Kirchen-Gotisch (based on an original from ca. 1880), Mönchs-Gotisch, Morris-Gotisch (Uncial-Gotisch, Unzial-Gotisch, after Emil Gursch), Münster-Gotisch, Neu-Gotisch klein, Neudeutsch(-Hupp), Neue (moderne) Fraktur, Neue Schwabacher, Nordisch-Antiqua, Normal-Fraktur (1999, after the font by Gustav Schelter, 1835), Normannia-Fraktur, Nürnberg, Offenbach, Post-Fraktur, Psalter-Gotisch, Ratdolt-Rotunda, Reklame-Fraktur halbfett, Renaissance-Fraktur, Renaissance-Kanzlei, Renata (after a Schwabacher of the Bauersche Giesserei, 1914), Richard-Wagner-Fraktur, Romeo Fraktur (2009, after a Stempel font from 1910), Rundgotisch, Russisch-Römisch, Salzmann-Fraktur, Schmale Accidenz-Gotisch, Schmale Haas-Gotisch, Schmale halbfette Fraktur, Schmale halbfette Gotisch, Schneidler-Schwabacher, Schraffierte Gotisch "Stella", Schreibschrift, Schul-Fraktur, Schwabacher, Schwabacher Mager Gross (after Albert Anklam, 1876), Sonderdruck-Antiqua (2008, after a 1913 typeface by Deberny and Peignot), Stahl (2007, after a 1937 typeface by Hans Kühne), Stahl Kursiv (2009, after Hans Kühne), Stella, Stempel-Fraktur, Straßburg (a blackletter based on fter H type by H. Berthold, 1926), Tannenberg, Thannhaeuser-Fraktur, Tiemann-Fraktur, Tiemann-Gotisch, Tiemann-Mediaeval, Unger-Fraktur, Verzierte Angelsächsisch, Verzierte Musirte Gotisch, Victoria-Gotisch (Viktoria-Gotisch), Wallau, Wartburg-Fraktur, Weber-Fraktur, Weiß-Fraktur, Werkschrift Germanisch, Wieynck-Gotisch, Wilhelm-Klingspor-Gotisch, Wohe-Kursive (after Wolgang Hendlmeier, 1988), Wohe Textura (2009, after Wolfgang Hendlmeier), Zeitungs-Fraktur, Zeitungs-Schwabacher (halbfette Neue Zeitungs-Schwabacher, to be more precise---based on a 1900 typeface by Pustet), Zentenar-Buchschrift.

    Catalog from 1996. Article in 1995 by him on Normal Fraktur. Another catalog, in pieces: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII. Antiqua catalog.

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    Gert Wiescher
    [Wiescher Design]

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    GFR Creative
    [Abdul Ghofur]

    Tuban Jawatimur, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1997) of these typefaces in 2020: Bangilan (an upright formal monolinear script), Monday Monkey, Asdonuts, Balone Kids, Blarak (a script typeface), Ermia (a monolinear script), Star7 (a car racing font), the monoline scripts Qatar and America, the script typefaces Bhanira, Hati, Rosala, AriesA (a spurred hyper-decorative victorian typeface), Bella Dahlia and Habisa, the dry brush typefaces Ronggolawe and Blackbor, the brush typeface Halloqueen, the fat finger font Monday Monkey, the blackletter typeface Ashter, and the spurred typeface Monshter.

    Typefaces from 2021: High Speed (a speed font), Racing Hard (a speed font), Anderik (a bold signage script), Tarik Ses, Yello Cat (hand-drawn, monolinear). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    GG Design

    Maryland-based graphic and type design company. Their typeface catalog in 2021 showed these fonts, most of which are ornaments or initial caps: Americana Ornaments, Angulatte, Art Nouveau Flowers, Art Nouveau Ornaments, Art Nouveau Ornaments, Birds Flying, Blooming Ornaments, Blue On Blue, Brashee, Bullish, Carefreed, Carved Initials, Charisma, Chiseled Initials, Cleancut, Cross Ornaments, Cross Stitch Basic, Cross Stitch Brazen, Cross Stitch Carefree, Cross Stitch Classic, Cross Stitch Coarse, Cross Stitch Cursive, Cross Stitch Delicate, Cross Stitch Diamond Monogram, Cross Stitch Discreet, Cross Stitch Display, Cross Stitch Elaborate, Cross Stitch Formal, Cross Stitch Gothic, Cross Stitch Graceful, Cross Stitch Majestic, Cross Stitch Medieval, Cross Stitch Monogram, Cross Stitch Noble, Cross Stitch Ornaments, Cross Stitch Regal, Cross Stitch Simple, Cross Stitch Solid, Cross Stitch Splendid, Dexterous, Diamond Monogram, Display Ardent, Display Art, Display Art One, Display Art Two, Display Black Serif, Display Brutal, Display Carlos, Display Chamfer, Display Crisp, Display Digits Eight, Display Digits Five, Display Digits Four, Display Digits Nine, Display Digits One, Display Digits Seven, Display Digits Six, Display Digits Ten, Display Digits Three, Display Digits Two, Display Dots & Squares, Display Dots Five, Display Dots Four Sans, Display Dots Four Serif, Display Dots One, Display Dots Seven, Display Dots Six, Display Dots Three Sans, Display Dots Three Serif, Display Dots Two Sans, Display Dots Two Serif, Display Explicit, Display Exquisite, Display, Display Gothic, Display Grungy, Display Haphazard, Display Intense, Display Plump, Display Prominent, Display Robust, Display Squares Two, Display Uncanny, Display University, Dooddle, Elegant Ornaments, Embossed Deep, Embossed Medium, Embossed Shallow, Fancy Flowers, Fast Hand, Fish Fresh, Flair Hand, Fleuron Ornaments, Floral Ornaments, Foliage Ornaments, Folk Art Flowers, GG Casual, GG Serif, Glorita, Gnarlee, Gothic Initials Eight, Gothic Initials Five, Gothic Initials, Gothic Initials Four, Gothic Initials Nine, Gothic Initials One, Gothic Initials Seven, Gothic Initials Six, Gothic Initials Three, Gothic Initials Two, Green On Green, Hand Lettered, HappyFont Hasty Hand, Heavy Duty, Heraldic Creatures, Holy Ornaments, Impossible Ornaments, Interlaced Ornaments, Isometric Initial Caps Bird's Eye, Isometric Initial Caps Worm's Eye, Isometric Ornaments, Just Bugs, Kruede, Leaf Assortment, Logotype, Magnificent Ornaments, Make Tracks, Mighty Oaks, Modest Ornaments, Neat Hand, Numbers Style One, Numbers Style Three, Numbers Style Two, Orange On Orange, Oriental Ornaments, Ornate Initials, Plant Assortment, Pleasant Hand, Precision, Printers Plant Ornaments, Pristine Light, Quilt Patterns Four, Quilt Patterns One, Quilt Patterns Three, Quilt Patterns Two, Rectilinear Ornaments, Rolling Ball Cursive, Rosette Ornaments, Serene, Shield Ornaments, Simple Serif, Slender, Smiling Faces, Snowflake Assortment, Spiral Ornaments, Sport Numbers, Star Assortment, Stature, Sweet Hand, Swiss Folk Ornaments Critters, Swiss Folk Ornaments Floral, Swiss Folk Ornaments -Geometric, Tight Hand, Time Clocks, Tree Assortment, Ultimate Ornaments, Veggie Fruit, Victorian Leaf Ornaments, Victorian Ornaments, Vigorous, White On White, Woozee. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Gilang Maulana
    [Maulana Creative]

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    Gilang Purnama Jaya
    [Spencer & Sons]

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    Gilang Senzana
    [Senzana (was: Inksun Aksara, or: Inksun Mildertype)]

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    Gilang Senzana
    [Typologic Syndrome]

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    Gleb Guralnyk

    Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine-based designer of these typefaces in 2015: Odd Times (a vintage blackletter typeface), Brandy Label (a layered Victorian signage font), Smoking (a great Western layered poster font), Traveller, Letterhead (steampunk, vintage, Victorian), Age, Nataly Temper, Vintage Auto (a retro chrome automobile font), Golden Dust (a lava lamp font), Rusty Phoenix, Phoenix, the Victorian signage typeface Whiskey, Spirals, Biker (spurred inline font), the oily signage font Pin Up.

    In 2016, he designed Far Kingdoms (Victorian), Brass Heart (steampunk / Victorian), Big City Light (a vintage movie theater typeface), Lostamp (a weathered vintage rough stencil script), Kexman (calligraphic script), Loftype (creamy brush script), Shoelaces (monoline script), Tobacco Box (Victorian), Humblest, Whiskey Label (a great vintage Victorian headline font), Insane Fear (spurred), Falchion Edge (Victorian display typeface), Inside The Box (techno), Amber Taste (a layered Victorian beer label font; see also Amber Taste Pro (2020)), One Thin Line (a paperclip font), Bald Eagle (Victorian), Autumn Feel (brush script), Dirty Cartoon, Magic Curls, Winery, Bite Hard (beveled caps), Lovebus (psychedelic style), Column (layered Victorian), Golden Brush, Marine Fairytale (Victorian), and Old Story (handcrafted).

    Typefaces from 2017: Goodwine, Daub (EPS format brush alphabet), Rusted Bevel, Dirty Cartoon (a layerable cartoon font), Bald Eagle (vintage), La Belman (Victorian; see also La Belman Pro in 2020), Bright (creamy calligraphic), Winery, Magic Curls, Black Queen (Victorian style), Little Mess (dry brush), Lovebus (psychedelic), Bite Hard, Fiver (prismatic style), Sweet Rum (vintage), The Freaky Circus (Western circus font), Biker New (spurred), Flex Wire, Agress (graffiti style), Old Story, Rusted Brushpen (dry brush), Mosaic Pool, Ranch (vintage style with layered textures), Golden Dust, Letter Head, Limber (dry brush script), Patina, Craft Beer (a layered beer label font), Droptune (Victorian), Chimera Tail, Hardwatt (dry brush), Megawatt (signage script), Jamish (a handcrafted blackboard bold typeface), Oak Lumber, Odd Times (blackletter), Gunshot (an art nouveau display typeface), Bootleggers (a vintage label typeface), Brandy Label (vintage layered font), Smoking Typeface (vintage Western style, with layering).

    Typefaces from 2018: Shining Night (a marquee font), Scratches, Candy Shop (a multiline titling typeface), Nataly Temper (a crayon font), Anise Seeds, Lostamp (a great stamp font), Hicksons (retro signage script), Loftype (creamy script), Far Kingdoms (spurred vintage typeface), Predators Cuspid, Sweet & Fresh, Frantic (a vintage car typeface), Affair (Victorian), Falchion Edge (spurred vintage style), Lost in Space, Traveler (an interlocking vintage Tuscan display typeface), True Black, Late Frost, Inside The Box (an interesting double-width font), Magic Garden (curly style), Skater Girl (retro script).

    Typefaces from 2019: True Black (Tuscan), Nature Force, Sweettooth (script: 2018-2019), Rusted Bevel, Rusted Bevel, Fishermans Knot (a vintage label font started in 2018), Skater Girl (a heavy upright script), Cidrella, Western Shooter, Little Mess (a dry brush calligraphic script), Spirit Board (pure Victoriana), Ranch Vintage (shadowed, textured, vintage), Forged Fence (an ironwork font), Long Ride (an octagonal license plate font), Chimera Tail Rough, Patina.

    Typefaces from 2020: Sweet Ponch, Natural Heap (letters in laurels), Street Rush, Cally (a decorative Tuscan typeface), Sunny Bay, Harietta (a retro monoline script), Cheer Inside (a vintage font), Frizzy (a vintage label font), Asia Impact (simulating an oriental brush calligraphy), Exa Metline (an inline font), Hallie (a curly display typeface), No Rules, Parallax, Golden Treasure (a vintage ironwork font), Squidink, Bushman (an organic sans), Florry (a display sans), Propeller, Spirit Board (a layered circus font family), Lord Grayson (Victorian), Grayson (a tall gloomy monoline sans), Grayson Rough, Kaipara (a patterned all caps font), Classic Heritage (a Victorian or steampunk signage typeface), Anise Seeds (vintage softly spurred Tuscan caps), Candy Shop (vintage trilined caps), Plop, Practish (an experimental slab serif family), Everleigh (a stylish thin typeface), Everleigh Duo, Love Affair (vintage, perhaps art nouveau), Lost in Space (sci-fi), Sweet and Fresh.

    Typefaces from 2021: Dusky Rough (a Western or saloon font), Dusky Pub (a Western typeface with Tuscan features), Dusky Slab (a reverse stress Western font), Humblest Pro (an all caps display sans), Giftbox (a vintage label font). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Gliphmaker.com
    [Ivan Zeifert]

    Russian language site with an archive (specializing in calligraphic and display scripts), some original fonts by Ivan Zeifert of Ivan Zeifert Works, tens of free fonts by Alexandra Gophmann, and links to free and commercial font sites. Commercial scripts nearly all by Zeifert, and nearly all are cyrillicized versions of Latin typefaces. Free scripts: Cansellarist (2003, Ivan Zeifert, cyrillicized version of Cancellaresca Script Plain), ChampagneCyrillic (2005), Copyist (2004, Ivan Zeifert), Drakkar (2004), Figurny (2006, an exaggerated Victorian face, done with Anatole and Alexandra Gophmann), Flibustier-Thin (2005), HeatherScriptOne (2005, Alexandra Gophmann), HeatherScriptTwo (2005, Alexandra Gophmann), KabarettSimple-Thin (2004, a Showboat-style face, cyrillicized by Ivan Zeifert), KabarettDecorDEMO-Thin (2004), Marianna (2006), RockletterSimple (2005), RockletterTransparent (2005), RosamundaOne-Normal (2005, Alexandra Gophmann), RosamundaTwo (2005, Alexandra Gophmann). These are all by Ivan Zeifert: Flibustier-Thin (2005), Twin Brush (2006), Custodian (2006), Acquest Script (2006), Auric Script (2006), Calligraphist, ChampagneCyrillic (2005), Cansellarist (2003, cyrillicized version of Cancellaresca Script Plain), Chancellor, Chaplain, Chromium Plated, Connetable, Counterbalance, Copyist, Countess, Decree Art One and Two, Decree (Narrow, Thin, Wide), Drakkar, Engraver, Forest, Gissmonda, Kabarett Decorated, Kabarett Transparent, Languedoc, Maghreib, Medieval, Neon Italic, Patience, Rockletter Decorated, RockletterSimple (2005), RockletterTransparent (2005), Saloon, Splinter, Twin Brush, Whirlpool, Wooden Ship Decorated, Wooden Ship One and Two. News. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Gluk Fonts
    [Grzegorz Luksza]

    Aka Grzegorz Luk and just Gluk, Grzegorz Luksza is a Polish type designer (b. 1973) who specializes in ultra-decorative and experimental typefaces.

    Creator of the free artsy font Wanta (2008), of Resagnicto (2010), of Rawengulk (2010), of Rawengulk Sans (2011), of Reswysokr (2011), of the bold slab serif typeface Zantroke (2011), and of the free calligraphic typefaces Odstemplik (2009), promocyja (2008) and Konstytucyja (2008).

    He published the elegant serif family Foglihten (2010), which includes the inline typefaces Foglihten No. 1 (2011), Foglihten Fr02 (2011), Foglihten No. 3 (2011) and Foglihten No. 4 (2012). The latter is inspired by the Polish Constitution of May 3, 1791. Foglihten Petite Caps Black (2012) and Foglihten Black PCS (2012) are high-contrast fat didone typefaces, minus the ball terminals. The series continues with Foglihten No. 6 (2012) and Foglihten No. 7 (2013).

    Qumpellka No 12 (2011) is a flowing italic. Opattfram01 (2011) is a dingbat typeface with onamental patterns. The Okolaks family (2008) has a bit of an art deco feel. It covers East-European languages as well as Cyrillic. Sportrop (2008) is a neat multiline face. Gputeks (2008) is a delicate decorative face. Szlichta07 (2008) on the other hand is an experimental typeface based on tilting the horizontal edges about ten degrees up. Kawoszeh (2008) is a curly Victorian pre-art nouveau face. Spinwerad (2009) and Itsadzoke S01 (2010) and Itsadzoke S02 are display didones. Znikomit (2011) is an impressive lachrymal hairline slab face. See also Znikomit No. 25 (2012) and Znikomit No. 24 (2012; image by Benjamin Frazzetto).

    Creations from 2012: Charakterny, Garineldo, Mikodacs (an Impact-like black display sans), Yokawerad (a didone headline face), Resagokr, Nikodecs, Garineldo SC.

    Typefaces from 2013: Etharnig, Namskin, Namskout (a layered heavy display face), Prida 65 (spurred antique face), Ketosag, Prida 61, Gatometrix, Glametrix, Gallberik.

    Typefaces from 2014: VECfont FogV4, EtharnigV (a bi-colored font), Risaltyp, Wabroye, Kleymissky, Sortefax (an outline font with engraved versions as on dollar bills), Dragerotypos (blackboard bold), Resamitz.

    Typefaces from 2015: Prida 36, Sudegnak No. 3 (script), Vecfont Sudegnak (cartoonish), PridaEn (a vector font for color), Prida S4, Prida01, Prida02 Calt.

    Typefaces from 2016: BroshN, Tofimpelik (+Candy), Prosh3, Digitalt, Agreloy (a lovely curly Victorian typeface), Gluk Mixer (ransom note font), Fogtwo No 5.

    Typefaces from 2017: Prosh 4B (a variable color font), BroshK2 (an origami style color font, in OpenType SVG format), Fuetargio (a multiline bejeweled typeface).

    Typefaces from 2018: BroshK, Rostef (all caps titling typeface), Fogthree.

    Typefaces from 2019: ResotE, ResotE-Pastels (a color font), ResotYc (a decorative unicase font), Resot Yg, Liserif (a kinetic SVG font).

    Typefaces from 2020: Digico M (a color font), Resotho (a wide all caps geometric sans).

    Dafont link. Digart link. Fontspace link. Dafont link. Open Font Library link. Scribus Stuff link. Fontspace link. Kernest link. Abstract Fonts link. Behance link. Font Squirrel link. Klingspor link. Creative Market link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Goldlake Graphic
    [Bhima Bagaskara]

    Aka Goldlake Graphic. Bhima Bagaskara (Malang, Indonesia) designed the spurred display typeface GL Firstblood and the EPS-format brush typeface Steak Brush in 2013.

    In 2018, he created the thin calligraphic typeface GL Roosy Script, and the brush typeface GL Steak Brush V2. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Graphicxell Studio
    [Usman Al Baehaqi]

    Wonosobo, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1999) of these handcrafted typefaces in 2020: Amoeba Square, Amsteroid Space, Angella (a formal script), Baby Queen, Belove, Berllina, Butter Food, Catty Magic, Hallo Bernad, Halloween Day's, Hanitha, Micky Dicky, Mighty Time, Pinky Unicorn, Rainy Snow (2020), Ranked Hockey, Rolling Love, Summer Sale, Sweet Dream.

    Typefaces from 2021, mostly display serifs: Levaus, Gingko, Wilkista, Larissa, Magistic, Minthe, Berllina, Marcost Toto (spurred Victorian), Foundation (script), Morvino Growing. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Graphx Edge Fonts

    Lisa Johns from Orlando, FL, runs Graphx Edge Fonts, a foundry in Altamonte Springs, FL, offering "high quality pictorial fonts". Their 250-odd collection is surely not made from scratch, especially not their body, script and display fonts. One used to be able to find four great free dingbats here: GE Nautica, GE Zoom, GE Zodiac, GE Holiday Sampler. In the Font Services section, they will make custom pictorial, signature (10USD), or logo (20USD) truetype fonts. For 20 USD, get also packages of 20 fonts such as Absolute Fun Fonts, Absolute Dingbats (60 dingbats, 129USD) or Absolute Script Fonts. Now also called ScriptFonts.Com. Alternate site. Deco fonts, a collection of 4 dingbat fonts for 30 USD. Alternate URL. At this archive, you can find the following fonts: GEBanners, GEClipz, GEComedy, GECurviture, GEElegantScript, GEFiestaMarquee, GEFleet, GEFreeForm, GEFrills, GEGlob, GEHandyScript, GEMontage, GENervousTwitch, GERomanesse, GESheerScript. Partial list of dingbats: GEAngels (I to III), GECarouselHorses, GECelticArt, GEChineseArt, GEChristmasJoy, GEComicalChristmas, GECurviture, GEEdibles, GEEgyptianArt, GEElementsofNature (I and II), GEFloralStencils, GEHolidaySampler, GEIttyBittys, GEJapaneseArt, GEMerryChristmas, GENativeAmericanArt, GENautica, GEOutToSea, GEPennsylvaniaDutch (I and II), GESheerScript, GESnowmen, GESpringtime, GEStorybookTales, GEWhimsicalAnimals (I to IV), GEWildKingdom, GEZodiac, GEZoom. Another alias: Megadownloads. Another list of fonts: Fleet, Romanesse, Frills, Free Form and Comedy, Curviture, Elegant Script, Handy Script, Montage and Sheer Script, Fiesta Marquee, Nervous Twitch, Banners, Clipz and Glob. The list of fonts is long:

    • Dingbats: A Childs World, Angels I, Angels II, Angels III, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Barnyard, Birds, Bride & Groom, Carousel Horses, Celtic Art, Cherubs, Chinese Art, Clothing, Fun Christmas, Deco Animals, Deco Foods, Deco Music, Deco Traveler, Edibles, Egyptian Art, Elements I, Elements II, Food Basket, Floral Stencils, Grab Bag I, Grab Bag II, Halloween, Holiday Sampler, Itty Bittys, Japanese Art, Motion, Native American, Nautica, Out to Sea, Penn Dutch I, Penn Dutch II, Profiles, Reptibian, Santa Claus, Stylized Foods, Ships Ahoy, Snowmen, Stylized People, Springtime, Storybook Tales, Sweet Tooth, Teddy Bears, Toys, Velveteen, Victorian Art, Wedding, Whimsical I, Whimsical II, Whimsical III, Whimsical IV, Wild Animals I, Wild Animals II, Wild Animals III, Wild Animals IV, Women, Merry Christmas, Christmas Joy, Xmas Silhouettes, Zodiac.
    • Body fonts: Booker, Century, Chrome, Civilized, Civilized BI, Drover, Early Gothic, Ergonomic, Expression, Headline, Madhouse, Monograph, Novus Sans, Optical, Palladian, Penguin, Pilfering, Quartz, Rhythms, Romulus, Sultan, Timpani.
    • Script fonts: Adina, Afresco, Alluring, Amazonia, Arabesque, Arista, Ballantine, Basalt, Brand, Brush Stroke, Clipper, Coterie, Curviture, Cygnus, Darlah, Elegant, Esmeralda, Flair Brush, Fleurish, Formality, Freelancer, Handsome, Handy Script, Journeyman, Lara Script, Light Stroke, Martine, Memograph, Misty, Mona Lisa, Montage, NanoTech, Park Script, Primus, Quilt, Quintet, Ragged, Sentinel, Sepia, Sheer, Signature, Sonatta, Storybook, Travel, Twil, Twine, Twin Peaks, Vibrant, Vienna, Zebra.
    • Decorative fonts: Acorn, Army, Arroyo, Astarte, Bagel, Baliff, Banners, Barter, Dough, Buttress, Cadbury, Cameron, Clipz, Cobble, Comedy, Compo, Cortina, Croatia, Crystal, Decco, Delphin, Dimensions, Dipped, Distort, Enchase, Fiesta, Filigree, Firework, Fleurish, Florist, FlChild, Graffiti, Gravid, Greenway, Hawthorne, Ironwork, Ivy, Khevah, Letter Cut, Lollipop, Marble, Marquee, Meso, Milieu, Money, Nervous, Offshore, Oldwest, Saloon, Scroll, Serpent, Sidestep, Snowtop, Spooks, Spotty, Stone, Sunscreen, Sylvan, Bones, Timber, Time Warp, ToolTime, Tree House, Typography Caps, Vortex, Warped, Watershed Caps, Wedgie, William.
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    Greater Albion Typefounders (or: GATF)
    [Paul James Lloyd]

    Paul J. Lloyd's type foundry in Western Australia, est. 2008. Lloyd (b. UK) made over 100 free truetype fonts before that. He writes: What we will offer is new designs, replete with Edwardian Fun, Victorian distinction, or any other piece of elegance we can manage.

    Edwardian creations from 2008-2010: Ark Wright (traditional shop signage), Adantine, Goldbarre, Brosse, Crewekerne, Crewekerne Magna and Crewekerne Magister (arts and crafts face), Larchmont, Brissard, Brossard (slab serif), Bonavia, Bonavia Blanc, Clementhorpe, Veneribe, Chiara Script, Howlett, Svengali Roman, Bonning and Bonnington (1920's style families with ideas from University Roman), Absinette (2009, art nouveau), Bamberforth, Tumbletype, Vertrina, Bromwich, Great Bromwich, Fleete, Helenium. Chipping emulates the Edwardian 1920s. In 2012, he added the Bolton Commercial family (late Edwardian, early art nouveau).

    Art deco typefaces: Oakland (2011, multiline typeface gleaned from a 1930s French car ad), Zenia (2010, trilined), Plebe (Plebia, 2008: a grotesk emulating the 1930s), Whitehaven (2008, an extensive art deco family with several shadow weights), Merry Fleurons (2008, Christmas ornament dingbats), Braxia (2008), Keynsia (fifties style art deco family with Peignot influences).

    Other typefaces: Haymer is a large sans family made in 2010. Clunic (2008) is a blackletter face. Tectura (2008) is a handwriting font. Eldridge is a slab serif family. Aliqua (2009), Chipperly (2009) and Syondola (2008, Tuscan) are Wild West families. Terazza Tilings (2009) and Valentine's Fleurons (2009) are dingbat typefaces. Additions in 2009 include Lowndes (soft blackletter), Christmas Fleurons, Merry Snowmen, Cherritt (described as a Victorian era Courier), DoodleBirds, Halloween Fleurons, ButtonFaces, Sabio (neither slab nor sans), Daub (brush graffiti font), Sabinard (a modern swash face), Cullions (futuristic blackletter), Coronard (blackletter / roman hybrid), Easter Fleurons, Chapter Initials, Paveline (19th century calligraphic script), Mellin Sans and Open, Gildersleeve (evoking the 1920s Arts and Crafts movement), Stannard (a 1920's advertising inspired small caps face), Slattery (a horizontally shaded fun face), Slatterine (2009, more retro futurism), Spillsbury (2010, Victorian family), Cirflex (2010, geometric display typeface based on arcs of circles), Oxonia (2010, a classic roman family) and Vectis (classic Roman elegance, another small caps face).

    Creations in 2010: Windevere, Albion's White Christmas, Paragon (a great didone display family with a wood type feel), Compton (slab serif family), Mexborough, Morover (Schwabacher family), Anavio (a classical roman family), Corvone (3d-effect font), Granville (Victorian), Corton (Victorian), Wellingborough (Victorian), Worthing (Victorian), Ark Wright (traditional shop signage), Bonaventure (art nouveau), Federal Streamliner (1950s feel techno face), Deva (classical roman), Crucis Ornaments (crosses), Bronzino (a roman with Arts and Crafts roots), Bertoni (2010, a didone family), Pardon Me Boy (train dingbats), Woodruff (Open Face fonts with a wood type look), Jonquin (based on a WWI poster; +Incised), Luscombe (1920s display family; +Parva), Movella (futuristic from the 1950s), Magdalena Sans (2010: a clear monoline sans), Endymion (2010: Tuscan), Paget (a Tuscan experimental all caps face), Portello (Victorian).

    Typefaces made in 2011: Admiral (art nouveau), Tuscaloosa (Tuscan face), Eccles (bombastic Victorian), Wolverhampton (pre-Victorian), Doncaster (Victorian family), Metropole (art nouveau family), Corsham (stone engraved lettering family), Leibix (casual), Albia Nova (an elegant futuristic organic face), Flapper (art nouveau face), Bertolessi (curly Victorian), Tulk's Victorian Banner (all caps banner face), Fitzgerald (Victorian all caps face), Cleveden (Victorian headline family), Spargo (an extensive set of early 20th century-look engraved typefaces for official documents and securities), Bettendorf (2011, based on a 1900s masthead typeface), Wolvercote (2011, similar to Bettendorf), Pittsburgh (2011, a Western-style engraved face), Chubbly (2011), Portmeirion No. 6 (2011, a Victorian / circus design), Bronzetti (2011; images: i, ii, iii, iv, v, vi), Sophie J (hanprinted), Dem Bones (2011, glyphs made from bones), Stout (2011), Birmingham New Street (a Victorian family inspired by the hand lettered title on a 19th century railway map), Beckinslade (ornamental blackletter).

    Production in 2012: Alfere Sans Stripes, Albion's Americana (Western stars and stripes face), Tudor Perpendicular (blackletter), Amici (rounded headline face), Amie (rounded sans), Wolverton Text (Edwardian family), Vinea (10-style display family), Par Avion (retro futuristic), AstroBats (retro sci-fi dingbats), Beeching (+Shadowed), Gondolieri (didone meets Tuscan), Penrose Slabserif (an Escher-like trompe l'oeuil 3d face), Haldane (art nouveau, Arabic look), Solidarius (chubby, fat felt-tip pen font), Bluebottle (angular display face), Merrivale (Victorian), Future Runes (runic simulation), Coliseo, Alfrere Sans (inspired by a 1950s television caption style), Tectura II (Lloyd's answer to Comic Sans), Secombe (Edwardian caps family), Milligan, London Court (Tudor-era caps family).

    Typefaces from 2013: Speedblur, Belhampton (Edwardian), Merry Baubles (Christmas tree dings), Merry Bauble Letters (Christmas alphadings), Wroxeter (blackletter), Thurbrooke (+Banner, +Initials, +Black, +Reverso, all based on 19th century banner headings and engraved lettering), Bourne (a rounded type system), Henrician (a set of eight Tudor style display typefaces), Belle Jardin (art deco marquee face), Lavery (Edwardian), Baldione (a stylized didone), Chequers (a vintage poster face), Turvy Topsy (fat finger face), Merrivaux (faux medieval), Blout (German expressionist typeface), Easter Egg Letters, Isometrica (a banner typeface family), Valentine's Letters, Imperial Granum (roman titling face), Brollo (chunky display face).

    Typefaces from 2014: Albions Very Old Masthead, Albions Engraved Black, Albions Old Masthead, Albions Incised Masthead, Albions Black Holly, Zanderley (pure Victoriana, +Initials), Landsdowne Commercial, Friendly Shaded Sans, Trivette, Wellmere Sans, Uncia Black, Henry VII, Greene and Rollins (layered Victorian typeface), Barollo, Alfrine, Alfrere Banner (+Incised), Lugano, Lanvier (1930s-style caps typeface family), Bonlivet (a hyper-decorative capitals alphabet from the late Victoian or early art nouveau era), Ames Text (a didone family with rounded brackets), Ames Roman (related to didones but with wedge serifs), Ames Weathered, Ames Shadow, Ames Shaded, Amersham (vintage signage family, 2013-2014).

    Typefaces from 2015: Netherland Perpendicular (Victorian blackletter), Ledbury (Victorian), Ambergate (Edwardian poster face), Empyrean (futuristic, yet curvy), Flinscher (1920s script), Signwriter Standard, Display Hatched, Albions Marker No.1 (a charming outlined marker pen typeface inspired by Bembo and Caslon), Joyvrie, Kinver (Victorian), Nationale (Victorian), Doges Banner, Doges Darker (Victorian), Doges Delight (Victorian), Doges Venezia (Victorian).

    Typefaces from 2016: Buntisland, Elmcourt, Allorette, Albion Sharp Italic, Deco Metro (art deco), SpeedSwash (blackletterish), Stridere (blackletterish), SpeedSketch.

    Typefaces from 2017: Shervington, Cantebriggia 1207 (a weathered blackletter), Algreve, Alambart, Duquesne Dark Woodcut, Courtold Shadow, Athabasca (Wild West Tuscan), Fargo Tuscan, Millerstown (Western), Millerstown Races, Old Millerstown, Sasparillo (Tuscan), Sasparillo Fizz, Wylgate, Herald Banner.

    Typefaces from 2018: Garstang Engraved, Halliwell Casual, Portculliard, Rotham Industria, Sombrieul (Edwardian), Shervington Engraved (a shaded typeface that appears hand-engraved on copper-plate).

    Typefaces from 2019: Dewhirst Display, Rakia (retro futuristic), Eurobia (art nouveau style).

    Typefaces from 2020: Draughtsman Engraved, Draughtsman Label Hand (Victorian), Civic Triline.

    Typefaces from 2021: Albion Seventies, Portculliard Engraved (an engraved ultra-decorative blackletter).

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    Grebe

    An orphaned font made an anonymous designer in 1994. It revives the Victorian typeface Bijou (1883, Hermann Ihlenburg, for MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Greg Médina
    [DCO (or: dcoxy medina, or: Atelier Oxydes)]

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    Greyletter
    [Neil Patel]

    Greyletter is Neil Patel's type foundry in Portland, Maine, est. 2009. It morphed into Tetradtype in 2016. Neil Patel is a semiconductor process engineer who was introduced to type design by his wife, a graphic designer. His typefaces:

    • Pinion Display (2010). A Victorian display face.
    • Dynatherm (2013). A custom sci-fi stencil font for Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block.
    • Rieux (2013). Neil writes: Named after the steadfast doctor from Albert Camus' The Plague, Rieux is an even-tempered slab-serif that is confident without being cocky and approachable without being casual. The aesthetic of Rieux is inspired by the industrial age. While the design is not directly derived from typefaces of that era, the shapes of letter-forms are informed by images of over-sized steel machines and the monolithic brick buildings that housed them.
    • Grafton Titling (2014). A classical lapidary titling typeface.
    • Custom fonts: Inside Voice (2014, for IDEXX Laboratories), Hugo's (2014: a logotype for Hugo's in Portland).
    • Texttile (2014). A system of heavy sans titing typefaces for chromatic overlays and simulating textile textures.
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    Grezline Studio
    [Akhmad Reza Fauzi]

    Jakarta, Indonesia-based designer, who first set up Silverstein Design, then Reza Design", and finally, Grezline Studio. At Grezline Studio, in 2020, he released Mexiland (a retro signage script), Mexiland Serif, Brenson Charlotte (a creamy retro signage script), Sidney Hayden (a signage script), Ganetha (a bold rhythmic script), Natalie Caydence (a creamy script), Barthez (vintage, all caps), Geovano (spurred, 19th century look), Paula Matilda, Olivade, Barletta (spurred, vintage), Solvetta (a great inky script), Peter Quincy (a dry brush script), Jakobenz (Regular, Rough: an all caps logo font), Diane Amorta, Rodetta (a grungy vintage sans), Mike Samiya (a hand-printed brush typeface) and Shikatta (a script typeface).

    Typefaces from 2021: Taylor Julianne (Victorian), Paula Natalie (a smooth-edged rounded retro script), Thalia Kendrick (a signage script), Atsuka Montreal (serif and script), Pierce Jameson (a heavy script), Remora Camilla (a retro signage script). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    GRIN3
    [Bartek Nowak]

    A group of independent designers from Poland, heade by Bartek Nowak, and located in Staromiejska. Nowak has been designing typefaces since ca. 2000. Typefaces:

    • Inkaust (2011). A grungy face.
    • Uniwerek (2011). A sketched hand-drawn family inspired by college and university sportswear.
    • Galicya (2011).A hand-printed poster family.
    • Tygodnik (2011, Bartek Nowak) is a poster font inspired by logo of Polish magazine Tygodnik Powszechny.
    • Tentacle Szrift (2011, Bartek Nowak) is a blackletter family.
    • Stencimilla (2011) is an army stencil face.
    • Goniec (2011) is inspired by graffiti.
    • Pascal (2011).A brush script.
    • Machina G and Machina R (2011). A pair of grunge typewriter typefaces.
    • Nokian11 (2011). A gridded face.
    • Quattro Tempi (2012). A sketched typewriter face.
    • Centura Round (2012). A hand-drawn monoline sans family.
    • Kidorama (2012) is a hand-drawn script inspired by the calligraphic models used in Polish primary schools.
    • Revers (2012). A roughened slab serif.
    • Eight Zeta (2012). A casual hand-drawn typeface family.
    • Skurier (2012) is a hand-drawn font inspired by Courier.
    • Monosketch (2012) is a hand-drawn font inspired by monospaced fonts like Andale Mono. This sketch typeface can be layered.
    • Holy Roller (2012). A lively hand-drawn outline typeface.
    • Larsson (2012). A tall poster font.
    • Antidotum (2012). A stamp or eroded wood typeface in the style of Veneer or Anodyne.
    • Sahan (2012). An elaborate Arabic simulation typeface.
    • Martita (2012). A festive connected script.
    • Secesja Pro (2013) is a redesign of his earlier Secesja PL font. It is a revival of Hermann Ihlenburg's über-Victorian typeface Nymphic Caps (1889).
    • Astalamet Pro (2013) is a dot matrix typeface that evolved from Astalamet Pure (2001).
    • Engineer and Engineer Stencil (2013) is a rounded techno sans family based on Bartek's own TechnicznaPomoc (2001).
    • Collegium (2013) is an athletic lettering font.

      Barme Reczny (2013) is a hand-printed typeface.

    • Splasher (2013) consists of nothing but ink, coffee and paint splashes.
    • Gwidon (2013) is a connected script typeface.
    • Athletico (2013) is a layered university sports lettering typeface family. See also Athletico Clean (2013).
    • Polina (2013) is a hand-drawn 3d shaded layered typeface system. Its original name, Dobra, had to be discarded because that name was already taken by Dino dos Santos.
    • Leitmotiv (2013) is a heavy calligraphic typeface.
    • Misterall (2013). An all caps brush typeface for posters.
    • Delegat (2014). A comic book lettering font inspired by handwritting of Frank Ching.
    • Procent (2014). Bold and hand-printed.

      Gotyk Nr 7: a grungy blackletter typeface that evolved from Nowak's 2001 typeface Gotyk Poszarpany.

    • Suarez (2014). A vintage upright connected script. The dingbats are called Suarez Extra.
    • Kowalski (2014) and Kowalski2 (2014). A swashy typeface family.
    • Revers (2014) is a grungy slab serif typeface.
    • Pascal (2014, handwriting), Inkaust (2014, fat finger font).
    • Jasminum (2014). A connected script together with a flower dingbat font, Jasminium Extra.
    • Quattro Tempi (2014).
    • Athletico Clean (2014). Athletic lettering font.
    • Procent (2014). A shop signage typeface.
    • Charlize Script (2015). A connected curly script family.
    • Rossellina (2015). A connected calligraphic script font.
    • Giulietta (2015). A calligraphic script family.
    • Bellfort. A letterpress font family.
    • Elementarz Pro (2016). A monoline school font.
    • Dramaturg (2016). A brush script.
    • Ripley (2016). A connected monoline script.
    • Baltasar (2016). A brush script.
    • Jeremy (2017). A brush script.
    • Bridgewater (2018). A brush font.
    • Bellfort Draw (2018). A hand-drawn typeface family.
    • Nauticus (2019). A monoline script and an all caps sans font duo.
    • Vintage Fonts Collection (2019). This letterpress extravaganza includes the following fonts: VFC Besson, VFC Besson Press, VFC Fantomen, VFC Fantomen Press, VFC Fiesta, VFC Fiesta Press, VFC Jagan, VFC Jagan Press, VFC Morty, VFC Morty Press, VFC Ogar, VFC Ogar Press, VFC Rewizor, VFC Rewizor Press, VFC Ruiz, VFC Ruiz Press, VFC Sufler, VFC Sufler Press.
    • Boromir (2019). A layerable font family.

    Aka Leitmotif. Dafont link. Klingspor link. Fontspace link. GRIN3 link. Old free font URL. Creative Market link. Home page.

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    Grzegorz Luksza
    [Gluk Fonts]

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    Guguh Gumantoro
    [Letter Stock (was: Gumacreative)]

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    Gumpita Rahayu
    [Toko Type (was: Formika Labs, or: Studio Formika, or: Absolut Foundry)]

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    Gunnar Link
    [Skogtype]

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    Gustave F. Schroeder

    Punchcutter, b. 1861 (Berlin), who made many typefaces. He worked at the Central Type Foundry and then ATF in the late 1800s, and was living in St. Louis, MO, in 1891 and in Mill Valley, CA in 1892. The Inland Printer announced in 1895 that Schroeder had joined the Pacific States Type Foundry in San Francisco. His typefaces straddle the Victorian, arts and crafts and art nouveau eras.

    His typefaces include:

    • Victorian style typefaces at Central Type foundry, done early in his career: Apollo (1888), Atlanta (1885, based on a design of Andreas V. Haight), Harper (1882, curly), Hogarth (1883), Jeffderson (1890), Jupiter (1888), Lafayette (1885), Morning Glory (1884), Scribner (1883), Victoria (1886, with Nicholas J. Werner), Victoria Italic (1891), Washington (1886). Apollo was revived by Nick Curtis in 2014 as Gloriosus NF.
    • At Marder, Luse and Co: French Old Style Extended.
    • At Pacific States: Aldus Italic (before 1891), Sierra (before 1897).
    • Arts and crafts typefaces at Central Type Foundry: Eccentric (1881, available in digital form at Monotype (Agfa), Solotype, Jeff Levine (2020: called Oddly Nouveau JNL), and Adobe. There is also a free version, Eccentrical, from an unknown designer.
    • Art nouveau typefaces done at Central Type Foundry: Art Gothic (1885), Multiform No. 1 through No. 4 (1892).
    • Othello (1886, Central Type Foundry). A black condensed rounded typeface that became very successful thanks to its revival (copy?) by Morris Fuller Benton. Digital versions include Bathysphere (2013, by Seymour Caprice) and Nick Curtis's Iago NF (2011).
    • Geometric Condensed (1882, Central Type Foundry, with W.W. Jackson). Revived in 2014 under the same name by Robert Donona.
    • For Barnhart Bros and Spindler: Era (1891) and Era Condensed No. 5 (1891). These typefaces were done with Nicholas J. Werner. Pastel was originally called Era.
    • For ATF: Empire Initials (ca. 1898), McCullagh No. 2 (1897, a remarkable art deco typeface twenty years ahead of its time). Patent application for McCullagh.
    • Geometric (+Italic, Condensed, Antique). Done in 1881 at Central Type Foundry. The Condensed and Antique are from 1883. For a digital version, see HWT Geometric (2013) by Hamilton Wood Type / James Grieshaber.
    • DeVinne (1890-1896, Central Type Foundry). This design was sold to Stephenson Blake. Digital versions available at Bitstream and Wooden Type Fonts. Bitstream writes about its version: This revival of the Bruce Foundry's No. 11 is typical of the nineteenth century types derived from the work of Didot and Bodoni; the typeface remains popular with lawyers and government printers. In fact, Theodore Low De Vinne opposed this kind of design as hard to print and read; he had Century designed to replace it.
    • Other typefaces at Central Type Foundry: Cushing Old Style (1890), Erebus (1889), Hades (1889), Johnston Gothic (1892, with Nicholas J. Werner), Laclede (1897), Novelty Script (ca. 1891), Old Style Bold (1886), Old Style Script (1887), Quaint Roman (1890 or 1895), Royal Script (1887), Typewriter (1884), University (1889). Mac McGrew on Royal Script: Royal Script originated with the Central Type Foundry branch of ATF in St. Louis in 1893. It is much like the later Typo Script, but wider. In spite of that similarity, it appeared in ATF specimen books as late as 1968. In the 24- and 30-point sizes there are normal and small versions of lowercase, caps being the same. Early specimens designated these large and small sizes as No.1 and No.2 respectively, later specimens as No. 551 and No. 552. Hansen's Newton Script is the same design.
    • The angled serif font family Romana (1892). Digital versions by Linotype, Elsner & Flake (called EF Romana) and Bitstream. Bitstream puts this didone design in the proper context: The French interest in the revival of suitably edited Oldstyle romans as an alternative to a world of Modern typefaces started in 1846 when Louis Perrin cut the Lyons capitals. About 1860, as Phemister was cutting the Miller & Richard Old Style in Edinburgh, Theophile Beaudoire turned the idea of the Lyons capitals into a complete Oldstyle typeface, with similar overwhelming success; it was generally known as Elzevir in France and Roemisch, Romanisch, Romaans or Romana in Germany, Holland and Switzerland. In 1892, Gustav Schroeder, at the Central Division of ATF, expanded the series, adding a boldface under the name DeVinne. It was promptly copied, initially in Europe by Ludwig & Mayer, and spread rapidly throughout the US and Europe, becoming the best known member of the series. ATF made popular an ornamental form under the name De Vinne Ornamental.
    • Patent applications: unnamed face for BBS (1891), another unnamed face (1893), an unnamed art nouveau face and another unnamed serif face (1893, for VJA Rey).

    FontShop link. Google patent link.

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    Halfmoon Type (was: Half Moon Design, or: Gluckiey Type foundry)
    [Yusril Muhtadi]

    Yusril Muhtadi or Umar Muhtadi (Half Moon Design, or Gluckiey Type foundry, Bali, Indonesia, b. 1997) created the spurred decorative typeface Qallos (2014) and Anchor Slab (2014). In 2015, he added Buron (Victorian signage typeface) and Magnolia. In 2016, he designed the connected script typeface Bringshoot.

    Typefaces from 2017: Avocado (rounded sans display style).

    Typefaces from 2019: Qallos, Glassure (an excellent condensed wavy (intestinal) font).

    Typefaces from 2020: Allust Italic (a curvy and upright typeface by Umar Muhtadi).

    Typefaces from 2021: Monologue (unicase) and Monologue Rounded. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Hamdani Putra
    [Refolve Design Studio]

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    Hannah Peasley

    During her studies in Cardiff, Hannah Peasley created the Victorian ornamental caps typeface Parisian Love (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Hans Brehmer
    [Henry Brehmer]

    Type designer, b. 1840 Magdeburg, Germany. He went to the USA in 1865 to work at James Conner&Sons, and then moved on to other foundries, all in New York. He was for some time located in Stapleton, NY> Aka Henry Brehmer. His typefaces:

    • At Conner: Sideographic (Shaded 1872, Ornate 1879).
    • At Bruce Type Foundry (between 1876 and 1885): Ornamented Black No. 543, Ornamented No. 1053, Ornamented No. 1057, Ornamented No. 1067, Ornamented No. 1076, Ornamented No. 1078, Ornamented No. 1079, Ornamented No. 1080, Ornamented No. 1081, Ornamented No. 1082, Ornamented No. 1084, Ornamented No. 1085, Ornamented No. 1086, Ornamented No. 1091, Ornamented No. 1540, Ornamented No. 1553, Ornamented No. 1557, Ornamented No. 1559, Ornamented No. 1560, Ornamented No. 1562, Priscilla, Sarah, Shaded 1067, Shaded 1076, Shaded 1079, Shaded 1553.
    • At Dickinson Type Foundry, he designed Renaissant (ca. 1879). That typeface was digitally revived by Paul Smith in 2012 as Ressonant.
    • At Lindsay Type Foundry (1888-1890): Alma, Caroline, Crayonette, Elizabeth, Frances, Gretchen, Irene, Julie (1868, a decorative Western / Victorian typeface called Eclair by Dan X. Solo; revived in 2010 by Toto as K22 Eclair), Katherine, Marguerite, Maria, Martha, Mathilde.
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    HansCo
    [Burhan Afif]

    Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1988) of the font duo Nesans and Nesans Signature (2019), the script fonts Sweet Love (2019: upright), Mondena (2019), The Bellinda (2019: calligraphic), Austin Capittal (sic) (2019: monoline script), Bread Store (2019) and Wrongler (2019), and the vintage (often, Victorian) display typefaces Blue Spirits (2019), Bandits (2019), Sonia (2019), Belgia (2019), Berlina (2019) and Berlin (2019).

    Typefaces from 2020: Blue Spiris, Grapine (Victorian), Ricasto (a signage script), Grizlie (an octagonal sports font), Madanira (a semi-formal script), Amellisa Ink, Anstec (a techno / sports font), Razen (a techno / sports font), Sourta (a speed emulation sports font), Abigile (an upright script), Off Side (all caps, brush), Bastina Sindey (a dry brush script), Bread Store, Feeling Blessed (an upright rabbit ear script), Meristmas, Mosteri (a fantasy font), Ateros (a sci-fi typeface), Aloner (a sci-fi font), Nucleo (a sci-fi font), Roline (prismatic), Tahu Bullats (a creamy signage script), Valentiqu (a curly upright script), Magic Funk (a psychedelic script), Letter Magic (a decorative serif), Craft Lovers, Magzo (a decorative serif), Belights, Cute Meow, Baking Pastry, Sweet Butter, Feeling Blessed, Baby Bunny Script, Misteri Caps, Carglos (blackletter), Traditian, Genta (a rounded bold all caps typeface), Beyond Stars, Off Side (brush), Santoriu, Hi Panda, Crows (a curly serif), Zeniq (a stencil font), Nucleo, Abigile, Blaster, Botania, Crunchy, Femina, Graphite, Holly Days, Hot Sauce, Just Swirls, La Fiesta, Lets Espresso, Little Baby, Magic Sparkle, Ricota, Secillia, Shinesy, Skid Rock, Stripline, The Englands, The Spectre, USA Nation, Magzo (a display serif indeed for food packaging and logos), Stabillo (a food logo brand typeface), Austina Capitton, Kora Kora, Mosherif (Regular, Tall, Short), Golden Stanbury (a signature script font duo), Risolla Calisto (a wild calligraphic typeface), Wild Wolf (brush), Balistone (a wild script), Glastia Monoline, Amorista (a rabbit ear script), Eastblue, Crimmy (a dry brush script), Buchery, Castel, The Begundals, Sambal Pedas (a dry brush script), Blastoic (a dry brush script), Queen Sea, Skid Rock, Platinum Signature, Sonita (a condensed decorative serif typeface).

    Typefaces from 2021: Bastro (a great obese short-necked retro display typeface), Romantic Serif, Pastel Orange (an elegant artsy ligature serif), Romantic Serif, Sunroll (fashion mag caps), Romla (a wide display serif), Magic Retro (a heavy magic mushroom typeface), Holingston (a dry brush script), Gopetter, Ballomont (handwriting), Astopher, Restoe Bumi (a handwriting font), Rotenfold (a script), Halima Sofira, Anastia Buttery (an inky signature script), Belighta (wild calligraphy), Bittle Birdy (an irregular typeface that will cause psychological damage), Magic Sparkle (a decorative all caps serif), Notted (an exaggerated fashion mag font loaded with smooth ligatures and featuring surprise gyhphs such as a lower case a that is a mirror of the lower case e).

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    Harder Type Foundry
    [Dede Mulyadi]

    Dede Mulyadi (b. 1990) is based in Bandung, Indonesia, where he established Harder Type Foundry. He created the Victorian typefaces Golden (2014), Qwerly (2014) and Bandung Pride (2014), and the vintage signage fonts Anastasia (2014) and Billfont (2014).

    Typefaces from 2015: Remires (Victorian), The Harrlems (curly script), James Fonts (a comic book or cartoon style all caps typeface), Ballarea (connected calligraphic script), Gullever (formal connected calligraphic script), The Georgios (script).

    Typefaces from 2016: Humber (signage script), Voster, Heritage (monoline script), Ballet Script, Roister, Dear Saturday (signage script).

    Typefaces from 2018: Lambreta, Caledon.

    Typefaces from 2019: Raighton (a 20-vintage font collection).

    Typefaces from 2020: Homebreaks, Rosemary Love (a dry brush script), Bandoeng (a vintage sign painting script that was inspired by the cover of a 1920 Nebiolo book).

    Typefaces from 2021: The Stylist (an upright monolinear signature script), Blossom Dahlia (a monoline signature script), Beautiful Summit (script), Heartbear, Homebreaks, Local Goods (a sign painter's font), Old Landmark (a monolinear retro script). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

    Harlan Wallach

    Creator of Alphabet3 and Victorian Caps---these are not fonts, but just illuminated caps. [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Harvey Tonkin
    [Harvey&Karen Tonkin]

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    Harvey&Karen Tonkin
    [Harvey Tonkin]

    Aussies Harvey&Karen Tonkin have created Victorian cursive fonts that might also be used for primary schools. Address: 31 Deschamp Road, Noranda, WA 6062. URL that mentions their work. Fonts by Harvey Tonkin: DottedVicModCursive (1998), VicModCurJoinedNormal (1998), VicModCursiveNormal (1993). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Hasto Hst
    [Sitintahitam]

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    Hayinah Hayinah
    [Rockboys Studio (or: Rockboy Studio)]

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    Heinrich Flinsch
    [Schriftgiesserei Flinsch]

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    Hendra Maulia
    [Dirtyline Studio]

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    Hendry Juanda
    [Letterhend Studio (or: Magang Letterhend)]

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    Henry Brehmer
    [Hans Brehmer]

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    Henry Schuenemann

    Born in 1866 in Cleveland, OH. Credited with the design of these typefaces:

    • Acadian No3 and No4 (1882, Cleveland Type Foundry). Victorian typefaces.
    • Alpine (before 1885, Cleveland Type Foundry). Revived in 2017 by Alan Jay Prescott as Alpenhorn Roman. Presott writes: Another oddball typeface is revived here, renamed from the design called Alpine by Henry Schuenemann for the Cleveland Type Foundry in the 1880s. Buried in the "gingerbread" of this weird face is technically a Latin serif, but otherwise it is an entirely unique letterform for which I had a heart soft enough to revive here in digital form.
    • Chic (1888, Cleveland Type Foundry). Art nouveau.
    • Clifton (1889, Barnhart Bros. & Spindler). Victorian.
    • DeVinne Extended (ca. 19896, Central Type Foundry).
    • Euclid (1889, Cleveland Type Foundry). Victorian. Alan Jay Prescott did revivals of Euclid and several other typefaces, which he called Euclid, Euclid Initials, Euclastic, Elberon, Astral, and Auroral (2018). He explains Euclid's genesis differently: Elberon existed by November 1886 from Cleveland Type Foundry in The Inland Printer. Euclid (a lighter version of Elberon with a few different glyphs) is an obvious derivative from Illinois Type Founding Co. in Chicago in August 1890. Euclid appears with several Euclid Initials, a full sample of which appears as "Grant Iniitials" from Minnesota Typographic Co. Auroral (basically a shaded form of Elberon) appears in January 1887 from Central type foundry. Astral, also from Central type foundry, (the almost exact shading concept) whose base form is a condensed, heavier form than Euclid) appears in December 1886. Euclastic is my name for a complete set of weights, from a Hairline at the extreme end of lightness, through Black at the other extreme, using redesigned examples of Euclid and Elberon.
    • French Old Style (Central Type Foundry).
    • Gazelle (ca. 1893, Cleveland Type Foundry). Revived in 2017 by Alan Jay PrescottIllyrian (1883, Cleveland Type Foundry). A curly Victorian typeface that was revived as Illyrian by Dan X. Solo.
    • Ivanhoe Series (1893, Cleveland Type Foundry).
    • Mikado (1886, Cleveland Type Foundry). Imitating a child's hand?
    • Oxford, Oxford No.2 and Oxford No.3 (1888, Cleveland Type Foundry). This includes ornamental caps. Oxford No2 was revived in 2013 by Brian J. Bonislawsky and Jim Lyles as MFC Damask.
    • Walton (ca. 1885, Cleveland Type Foundry).
    • Waverly Circular (before 1895, Cleveland Type Foundry).
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    Herbanu Tri Sasongko
    [Herbanuts (or: LetterStuff Type Foundry)]

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    Herbanuts (or: LetterStuff Type Foundry)
    [Herbanu Tri Sasongko]

    Wonosari, Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based designer (b. 1991) of Primera (2018), Ballicons (2017) and Glyphicons (2017). In 2018, he added Larys Manice (a children's book font), Typis, Sweet Dessert, Rossela, Kiddos and the sci-fi typeface Space Surfer.

    Typefaces from 2019: Rolas Sans (a great rounded sans), Thumbelina, Alenka, Oceania (Victorian), Cherishia.

    Typefaces from 2020: Misro (a fat supermarket typeface), Chillok (plump, handcrafted), Qolak Pisank, Pastelova (a fat finger font).

    Typefaces from 2021: Silverback (an inline blackletter typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

    Hermann Ihlenburg

    German-American type designer (b. 1843, Berlin) who apprenticed at the Trowitzsch & Son type foundry in Berlin, and then worked as a punchcutter in Dresden and at the G. Haase & Sons foundry in Prague. After positions at the Flinsch foundry in Frankfurt, the Battenburg foundry in Paris, and the Fonderie Haas in Basel, Ihlenburg moved to the United States in 1866 to work for the L. Johnson & Company foundry in Philadelphia, which became MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan some time later. Specializing in ornamental (Victorian) fonts and borders, he designed over eighty typefaces for that Mackellar and a few more for American Type Founders after it purchased MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan in 1901. Ihlenburg became an American citizen in 1874, and died in Philadelphia in 1905. He will be remembered as the prototypical Victorian type designer.

    His typefaces at MacKellar:

    • American (1876), Angular Text (1884, a Victorian blackletter at MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan; digitally interpreted by Toto in his free font K22 Angular Text (2012) and by Alan Jay Prescott as Angolan Text (2017)), Arboret (1884), Arboret No. 2 (1885), Archaic (1888), Artistic (1886), Attic (1879). Artistic was revived by Alan Jay Prescott in 2017 as Beltane Roman. He wrote: this letterform started out in 1886 as drawn by the great Herman Ihlenburg as Artistic and assigned to MacKellar Smiths & Jordan. Dan Solo called this face Belmont but only showed caps and was suspect anyway. I was able to find specimens elsewhere and a motherlode of other interesting things in the Inland Printer. I developed my first full-featured OTF using this typeface and designed Greek and Cyrillic glyphs as well. I also fitted it out with a set of small caps to make a font that now has 4,000 glyphs for nearly every non-Asian language. To top it off, Robert Donona revived the decorative caps for this typeface, an excruciating task that I once considered for myself but was lucky enough to have this other crazy person take up. The number of hours dedicated between Robert and myself in reviving this complete series digitally is probably unprecedented.
    • Bijou (1883: digital copies include Bangle (1990-1991, FontBank), Riccio Display Script by Southern Software (1994, SSi, SSK), Grebe (1994, by an anonymous designer) and Mexacali by Swfte), Black Ornamented (1873), Broadgauge Ornate (1868: a spurred Western typeface at MacKellar Smiths & Jordan; revived by Michael Hagemann), Byzantine (1868).
    • Centennial Script (1874, a spectacular high-contrast script digitized in 2007 by